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ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 




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/ have had printed at my Private Press 
fifty copies of " Fragmenta Genealogica" 
Vol I. This copy is No. 32. 




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London, S.E. 



FRAGMENTA GENEALOGICA. 



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FRAGMENTA 
GENEALOGICA. 



VOL. I. 



PRINTED AT THE PRIVATE PRESS 
FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP. 
1889. 



OF 



CONTENTS. 

.1135131 



ARMS. 





PAGE 




PAGE 


Batson 


• 49 


John of Gaunt 


. 20 


Beauchamp . 


. 22 


Kempsall 


• 49 


Burston 


. 29 


Leigh 


• 49 


Canning 


. 6 4 


Macro 


• 44 


Cary 


21, 23 


North 


. 32 


Collett 


• 57 


Portane 


. 23 


Comport 


. 29 


Pratt 


. 56 


Courtney 


. 21 


Robinson 


. 29 


Duke of Somerset . 


. 22 


Rolte 


. 29 


Earle 


.22 


Saltire 


. 23 


Edward III. 


. 20 


Spencer, Sir Robert 


. 22 


Ellis 


. 29 


SufFerme 


. 23 


Fulford 


. 23 


Swinborne . 


. 48 


Fytch 


. 29 


Tyson 


. 60 


Hearle 


21, 23 


Wilson 


• 49 


Holland 


. 20 


Wood 


• 49 


Holstock 


• 49 





AUTOGRAPHS. 



Bacon, Nathaniel, 1631 


. 12 


Hawtrey, Ralph, 1695 


I 


Bence, Robert, 1604 




Henden, Sir John, 1682 


. 6 


Edwards, Thomas, 1695 


. 18 






DEEDS. 




Alexander . 


• 36 


Henden 


. 6 


Bacon 


. 12 


Holmes 


• 3i 


Barker 


• 36 


Langley 


• 54 


Bence 


. 12 


Lee .... 


• 33 


Benett 


. 40 


Lukin 


• 30 


Bright 


• 51 


Macro 


. 44 


Clayton 


• 3 2 


Manby 


. 26 


Clopton 


• 3 1 


Mather 


. 26 


Coo .... 


• 38 


Mileson 


• 27 


Colman 


. 26 


Mosley 


. 25 


Copping 


• 54 


Newman 


• 30 


Duncombe . 


. 28 


Playters 


. 40 


Edwards 


. 18 


Pye . 


• 17 


Fox .... 


• 35 


Seymour 


• 27 


Godbold 


• 52 


Smyth 


• 63 


Hackett 


• 27 


Spring 


• 52 


Hare 


• 35 


Towler 


• 54 


Hawtrey . 


1 1 


Wade 


. 28 



ENTRIES IN BIBLES, &c. 



Aldridge 

Awdley 

Gooch 

Hawkins 

Irving 



PAGE 




• 39 


Jouret 


• 58 


Taylor 


• 41 


'Wakeham 


• 47 


Walker 


. 8 


Wanley 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 



Canning 

Collett 

North 



64 
57 
32 



Pratt 
T)bon 



LISTS OF RECTORS. 



Rushmere, St. Andrew, Suffolk . 13 
Rushmere, St. Michael, Suffolk . 15 
Sudbourn cum Orford, Suffolk . 3 



Tannington, Suffolk 
Playford, Suffolk . 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 



59 
46 
57 
44 
50 
50 
41 
34 
55 
43 
55 



Goldsmyth 

Hobson 

1 lunsley 

Joslyne 

Latham 

Lucas 

Merik 

Millet 

Sedley 

Thorneton 

Young 



PEDIGREES. 

Cary, from Edward III. . . 20 I Fytch, of North Cray, Kent 

Comport, of Chiselhurst, Kent . 29 | Kempsall, of Compton, Surrey 



REGISTER EXTRACTS. 

Bacon . . . . 42 Sancroft 

Gillingham . . . .6 Seaman 

Howard . . . -53 Swithland, Leicestershire 



Edwards, Thomas . 
Hawtrey, Ralph . 



SEALS. 



WILLS. 

PAGE 



Aldryche, of Beccles, Suffolk, 1540 . . . . . .46 

Brynte, of Charsfield, Suffolk, 1537 . ■ . . . -43 

Dey, alias Rayner, of Ashbocking, Suffolk, 1539 . . . . 31 

Elmy, of Little Bealings, Suffolk, 1539 . . . . . . 56 

Hamond, of Kelsale, Suffolk, 31 Hen. VIII. . . . . .55 

Owen, of Thorington, Suffolk, 1537 . . . . . -38 

Pelse, of Cransford, Suffolk, 1540 . . . . . -55 

Rayner, alias Dey, of Ashbocking, Suffolk, 1539. . . . . 31 

Sandcroft, of Syleham, Suffolk, 1676 . . . . . .62 



jFragmenta «£enealogtca* 

Vol. I. 

Haw trey Family. 

INDENTURE made 20 Nov. 1695, between Ralph Hawtrey, the 
elder, of Ruislipp, co. Middlesex, Esq., and Charles Hawtrey, Esq., 
eldest son and heir apparent of the said Ralph Hawtrey, of the one 
part, and Sir Bartholomew Shower, of the Middle Temple, Knt., of 
the other part, being lease of messuages in Ruislip. 

Signatures of Ralph Hawtrey and Charles Hawtrey on fold, and those 
of Stephen Johnson, Wm. Hawtrey, and others as witnesses. 




Ralph Hawtrey, of=p 
Ruislip, co. Middlesex, 
living 20 Nov. 1695 



Charles Hawtrey, eldest 
son and heir apparent, 
living 20 Nov. 1695 

Munimenta Antigua, Middlesex, Vol. i,fo. series, No. 49. 



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IVanley Family. 



Nathaniel Wanley, sone, baptiz'd March 27, 1633. 

Samuel Wanley, son of Nath :, was borne on Wednesday, 6th of Jan T , 
1657, betwixt 2 and 3 in the afternoon. He died [blank] 1665. 

Ellen Wanley, daughter to Nath :, was borne Thursday, the 13 of June, 
1 66 1, within a quarter of three in the afternoon. 

Nath : Wanley, son to Nath :, borne Wednesday before whitsunday, at one 
o'clock in the morning, 1664. He died in September, 1683, & 
was buried in St. Sepulchre's Church, in London. 

Elizabeth Wanley, daughter to Nath :, borne octob r the 30th, betwixt 
eleven and twelve of the day, 1667. 

Humphrey Wanley, son to Nath:, borne March 21, 167^, about 12 
a'clock at noone. M r Humfrey Burton & Alderman Snell were 
my Godfathers, and my Lady Norton my Godmother, being baptzed 
the tenth of April following. 

My dear Mother, M rs Ellen Wanley, here-under mentioned, deceased in 
the Lord, 28 June, 1709P], in the 88 lh year of her Age. 

I was married to M' 8 Anna Bronelow (whose Grand-mother by the 
Mothers side is said to have been a Maynwaring of Cheshire) by 
M r William Elstob, in the Church next London-stone, 1 May, 
1705- 

Nath. Wanley, sone, and Ellen marryed July 24, 1655, which Ellen was 
borne Monday, April 30 th , 1632, about 6 aclock that morning, and 
was baptized n of May following, D 1 ' Samuel Buggs her Godfather, 
M™ Ellen Norton (her Grandmother in Law) & M re Elizabeth Clarke, 
Godmothers. 

Humfrey Wanley, son to the abovewritten Humfrey Wanley, and Anna, 
widdow of M r Bernard-Martin Bronelow, daughter to Thomas 
Bourchier, of Newcastle upon Tine, Esq. ; and Dorothy Whitfield, 
daughter of [blank] Whitfield, of [blank] Shropshire, Esq., was borne 
January 9, 1706/7, and died the next day, Being buried in the 
Churchyard of S' Martins in the Fields, Westm r . 

This [illegible] day of Jul}', 1709, at three quarters past 11 in the fore- 
noon, my wife was deliver'd of a dead Infant Boy. 

I had one other son by my said Wife, who died soon after its Birth, and 
was also, I think, buried in S' Martin's Church-yard. 

i 7 2 t> January 2, between 10 and 11 in the forenoon, my dear Wife, 
walking in Henrietta-street, Covent Garden, was suddenly struck 
by an Apopletic fit ; and her breath left her between [cut away in 
binding]. 

From back of title-page of New Testament, in a volume 
containing Book of Common Prayer, 1634, and Bible, 
1635. /// the possession of Frederick A. Crisp. 
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Rectors of Sudburne with Orford, Suffolk. 

Geoffrey de Clare. 

1320. 8 Kalend. May. Ralph de Pagrave. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
Exchange with Bodney. 
1326. Pridie Non. June. John de Bretenham, juris civilis professor, 
on resignation of Ralph de Pagrave. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1333. 7 Id. June. Henry de Edenestowe. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1375. 11 October. John Fairhead, of Wysbech. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1393. 18 May. Thomas White, of Doncaster. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1396. 30 June. John Gustewyk. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
Exchange with Wythkall in Lyndeseye. 
1396. 21 December. John Blontesham. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1400. 26 March. Robert Hykedy, on resignation of J. Blontesham. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1400. 12 August. John Osborne, S. T. P. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1416. 6 March. John Cok of Bury. 

Exchange with the chaplaincy of St. Mary. 

Henry Shelford. 

No institution, but named in next. 
1427. 23 July. John Bridbrook, Prebend of Berton Colwall, diocese 
of Hereford, on resignation of Henry Shelford. 
Prior and Convent of Ely. 

John Sqwyer. 

No institution, but named in next. 

1450. 7 September. William Boston, on death of John Squyer. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 

1 45 1. 3 February. Roger Kegill, on resignation of William Boston. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1456. 7 August. John Johnson, on death of Roger Kegill. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1470. 12 June. Edward Conyngsburgh, on resignation of John 
Johnson. 

» Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1475. 2 November. William Dacke, on resignation of last. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1495. Richard Sukburne, named in next. 

1500. 14 October. John Browne, on resignation of Richard Sukburne. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
1524. 2 January. Richard Peerson, on death of John Browne. 

Prior and Convent of Ely. 
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1554- 1 February. Richard Dunnynge, on deprivation of Richard 
Peerson. 

1557. 1 December. George Thurston, on death of Richard Dunnynge. 
(Gedgrave was annexed.) 
The Bishop. 

I S5^- 17 June. Thomas Burgh, on resignation of G. Thurston. 

The Bishop. 
1561. 6 June. William Cole, on death of last 

The Queen. 

1572. 10 July. Thomas Aggas, on resignation of William Cole, M. A. 
The Queen. 

1599. 22 December. Francis Mason, S. T. B. 

The Queen. 
Thomas Osborne. 

1642. 30 November. Matthew Brookes, M.A., on death of Thomas 
Osborne. 

King Charles. 

Thomas Blevin. 

1666. 17 December. Theophilus Hooke, M.A., on death of Thomas 
Blevin. 

The King. 

1700. 17 February. Josiah Alsop, S. T. B., on death of T. Hooke. 
The King. 

1722. 14 September. Lawrence Echard, A.M., on death of Alsop. 
The King. 

1730. 11 November. James Doyly, on death of Echard. 
The King. 
(Union with Rendlesham.) 
1744. 15 March. Gibbon Jones, B.A., on death of James D'Oyly. 

'Edward Vernon, rector of St. George, Blooms- 
bury. 

Testimonials i Francis Hooper, D.D. 
G. M. Pitt. 
[Stephen Law. 
(Union with Monewden.) 
1753. 14 May. John Whittington, on death of Gibbon Jones. 
The King. 

1770. 1 November. Francis Jackson, LL.B., on death of Whittington. 
The King. 

1781. 5 July. Edward Conway, on death of Jackson. 
The King. 

1785. 21 October. George Pretyman, D.D., on death of Conway. 
The King. 

1787. 26 March. Joseph Turner, D.D., Master of Pembroke Hall in 
University of Cambridge, on promotion of Pretyman to 
the see of Lincoln. 

The King. 

1828. 2 December. John Connor, M.A., on death of Dr. Turner. 
The King. 

1830. 8 December. Christopher Smear, B.A , on death of John Connor. 
The King. 

1S32. 14 January. John Simon Jenkinson, M.A., on death of Smear. 
The King. 

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835- i2 August. William Thomas Marychurch, on resignation of 
J. S. Jenkinson. 

The King. 

842. 29 September. John Maynard, M.A., on death of W. T. 
Marychurch. 

The Queen. 

877. 28 December. Edward Maude Scott, on death of Maynard. 
The Queen. 

Compiled from the Institution Books at Norwich. 



Chaplains of the Chapels in Orford Church. 

386. 28 August. John Langryg. 

John de Pyeshale. 

Robert Grigg. 
412. 7 November. John Crawtee, of Snyterton. 

12 Burgesses of Orford. 

John Cok. 

416. 6 March. John Osborne. 

417. 6 February. William Salterne. 

418. 24 May. Peter Audele. 

12 Burgesses of Orford. 

4 . Robert Percy. 

426. 9 October. William Salterne, on resignation of Robert Percy. 

Burgesses of Orford. 
450. 13 February. William Reynward. 

The Bishop. 
463. 20 February. Thomas Man. 

John Wyngfeld, pro hac vice. 
470. 22 February. John Dale. 

Burgesses of Orford. 

John Hotheson. 
476. 30 July. Thomas Mayson, on death of John Hotheson. 

Burgesses of Orford. 
490. 16 March. John Brown, on death of Thomas Mayson. 

Burgesses of Orford. 
503. 30 August. John Plomer, on resignation of John Brown 

The Burgesses. 
507. 17 June. Thomas Harman, on death of last. 
509. 2 May. William Brown. 

Anthony Calver. 
514. 12 July. George Goore, on death of A. Calver. 

The Burgesses. 
545. 25 November. John Grenewoode. 

The Burgesses. 

Compiled from the Institution Books at Norwich. 
5 



Henden Family. 



INDENTURE made 20 June, 1682, between S R John Henden, of 
Biddenden, co. Kent, Knight, of the one part, and Richard Waterman, 
of Halden, als High Halden, co. Kent, yeoman, of the other part, being 
lease of a messuage called Butternden Mabs and Sheepecoate, containing 
16 acres, in Halden, in occupation of William Crampton. 

Signature of Sir John Henden on fold, and those of Daniel Godfrey, 
George Poole and others as witnesses. 




Munimenta Antiqua, Kent, Vol. $,fo. series, No. 1. 



Blaxhall, Suffolk. 

REGISTER EXTRACTS. 

John Sancroft and Mary Bennett were married Nov. y c 19 th , 1696. 

Richard Bloss, singleman, & Elizabeth Sancroft, widow, were married 
September 30, 1741. 

Martha, y c daughter of John Sancroft and Mary his wife, was baptiz'd 
November y° 29 th , 1699. 

Anne & May, y e daughters of John & Mary Sancroft, were baptiz'd 
Dec. y c 25'", 1 701. 

Elizabeth, the daughter of John & Mary Sancroft, was baptized March 
f f\ 1702. 

Benjamin, y° son of John & Mary Sancroft, was baptized Nov. y° 29 th , 
1705- 

Eliz. Sancroft was buried Nov. y c 14, 1704. 
Eliz. Sancroft was buried June y° 21", 1735. 
Benjamin Sancroft was buried March 9"', 1738. 
John Sancroft was buried July 8"', 1 741 . 
Martha Sancroft was buried Feb. y* 2 d , 1734. 
John Sancroft was buried May i6' h , 1741. 

March 23 rd . Samuel, the son of Sam & Mary Gillingham, baptized, 
I7S6. 

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April 24 th . Mary, y e daughter of Sam & Mary Gillingham, bapt. 1757. 

Dec. 16 th . Samuel, y e son of Sam & Mary Gillingham, bapt. 1759. 

Oct. 17 th . Sarah, y e Daught of Samm and Mary Gillingham, baptized 
1761. 

June 13, 1756. Samuel Gillingham buried. 

Sarah Gillingham, Inft., was buried April 21, 1762. 

Mary, wife of Samuel Gillingham, buried Nov. 9, 1789. 

Samuel Gillingham, aged 62 years, was buried April 25, 1798. 

Thomas, the son of Charles Gillingham & Elizabeth his wife, was baptized 
Dec r y e 31 st , 1727. 

Charles Gillingham, the son of Charles & Elizabeth Gillingham, was 
baptized Nov. y e 15, 1729. 

Samuel, the son of Charles Gillingham and Elizabeth his wife, was bap- 
tized April y e 22 nd , 1733. 

Charles Gillingham was buried March y e 27 th , 1727. 

Tho. Gillingham, an Infant, was buried Dec. y e 30 th , 1728. 

Gillingham, Samuel, son of Samuel Gillingham and Mary his wife, was 
baptized Dec. 30, 1780. 

Daniel Cherton, of the Parish of Sudbourne, single man, and Mary 
Gillingham, of this Parish, Spinster, were married in this church by 
Banns this 27 th day of February, 1772, 

by me, 

Rich" Taylor, Rector. 

Samuel Gillingham, of this Parish, Single man, and Mary Ringer, of this 
Parish, Spinster, were married in this Church by Banns, by me, 

R d Taylor, 

Rector. 

Laetitia Wall, y e daughter of J° & Lastitia his wife, was baptized July y 6 
17 th , 1709. 

Jany 10 th , 1743, Letitia Wall buried. 

From a copy, dated 1824, in the handwriting of the 
Rev. Ellis Wade, Rector of Blaxhall, now in the possession 
of William Sancroft Randall. 



Thorneton Family. 

jja* ©hatite i>*ag fax the gmUfi at Hjjchartt Whaxnttan aufl 
hp wgfe the whtjehe iitjeha*d AtxtmH the_vij dag af teiV 
the get' of am lm& m'rxtfiij an who 8 iWtttos fhu have mmy amm 

Inscription on brass in Great Greenford Churchy Middlesex ; from a 
rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Irving Family. 



An ace* of the Bearth of the childeren belonging to Gavin and 
Mary Irving : — 

1. Elizabath, Born in De r 25, 1786, and Daied in Sp r 12, aged 

7 Months and 18 days. 

2. Elizabath, Born De 1 7 th , 1788, died on June 19, 1791. 

3. John Lowther, born Sep r 23 d , 1790. 

From 11 The Confession of Faith, used in the English 
Congregation at Geneva, 1771." Signature of "Edw* 
Irving, 18 1 8," on cover. In the possession of Frederick A. 
Crisp. 



Swithland, Leicestershire. 

REGISTER EXTRACTS. 

An account of what Christnings, Marriages, and Burials that haue 
beene (so far as we can understand) in the Parish of Swithland since 
M r Thomas Jackson took possession of that Rectory. 

1676. 

Thomas, the son of William & An Porter, Baptized March y e 26 th , 1676. 
Thomas, son of Thomas &: Alice Swaine, Baptiz d April y' 2 d , 1676. 
John, son of John & Elizabeth Woodford, Baptiz d June y c i Bt , 1676. 
John, son of Thomas & Mary Bird, Baptiz d Novemb : y* 14 th , 1676. 
Thomas, son of John &: Mary Hewes, Baptiz'd Decemb : y e 20 th , 1676. 
Francis, y e son of Francis & An Hall, was Borne June y° 13 th , 1676. 
Elnor, the daughter of George Hodin, Baptiz d y 6 17 th of Jan : 1676. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Steven & Elizabeth Clark, Baptiz d Feb. y 9 2S th , 
1676. 

1677. 

Lydia Thorpe, Widdow, Buried May y° 9 th , 1677. 
Rebeccah, the wife of Richard Hick, Buried June y° 23 d , 1677. 
William, son of Thomas & Mary Brown, Baptiz d June y° 28 th , 1677. 
Mercy, y e daughter of John & Dorothy Brown, Born : August y c 28th, 
1677. 

Isabel, y e Daughter of Steven & Elizabeth Clark, Born Octob : ye 28 th , 
1677. 

Francis Paget, Labourer, Buried Novemb : y e 8 th , 1677. 

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Mary, y e Daughter of Robert & An Gilbert, was Bap tizd Decemb : ye 
10 th , 1677. 

M rs Elizabeth Danvers, Buried Decemb : y e 11 th , 1677. 



1678. 

James Harris & Hellen Blankley were married June y e 13 th , 1678. 
Henry, Son of William & An Porter, was Baptiz'd June y e 29 th , 1678. 
An, the Daughter of William & An Nichols, was Borne June ye 29 th , 
1678. 

Henry, y e Son of William & An Porter, was Buried Aug st y e 22 d , 1678. 
John, son of Thomas & Mary Brown, Baptiz'd Aug st y e 22 d , 1678. 
Elizabeth Bird, Widdow, was Buried Feb : y e 13 th , 1678. 
M r Francis Blankley was Buried Feb : y e 16 th , 1678. 



1679. 

William, the Son of James Harris, was Baptiz'd March y e 27 th , 1679. 
Susannah, Daughter of John & Elizabeth Woodford, Baptiz'd May y e 

7 th , 1679. 

An, the Daughter of George & Elnor Hoden, Bur'd May y e 29 th , 1679. 
Isabel, y e Daughter of Ursulah Smith, Bur'd Sept : y e 29 th , 1679. 
Arthur, y e Son of Thomas & Mary Brown, Baptiz'd OctoB y e 11 th , 1679. 
Joseph, the Son of Robert & Elizabeth Prior, Baptiz d NovemB : y e 3 th , 
1679. 

Joseph, the Son of Robert & Elizabeth Prior, Buried NovemB ye 4 th , 
1679. 

Isabel, y° wife of Robert Prior, Buried DecemB : y e 6 th , 1679. 

Isabel, y e Daughter of Steven & Elizabeth Clark, Bur d Feb : 28 th , 1679. 



1680. 

William, Son of Steven & Elizabeth Clark, Baptiz'd Feb : y e 28 th , 1680. 
Edward, Son of Edward & Mary Doro, Baptiz'd May y e i 8t , 1680. 
John Shaw, of Dunnington, and Mary Baker of this Towne, married y e 

7 th or 8 th of June, 1680. 
Edward, Son of Edward Dore, was Buried June y° i st , 1680. 
Francis, y e Son of Francis & An Hall, Bur'd May y e 4 th , 1680. 
John, y°Son of John & Alric Fielding, Borne Aug st ye 18 th , 1680. 
Elizabeth Lovett, wife of John Lovett, was Bur'd Octob : y e i st , 1680. 
Elizabeth, y e wife of Edward Burton, Bur'd NovemB y° 12 th , 1680. 
George, y e Son of George & Elnor Hoden, Baptizd DecemB ye 26 th , 

1680. 

John Dan, of Newtown Harcort, & Mary Hessel, of Swithland, mar- 
rid : Jan : y e 9 th , 1680. 

Sarah, the daughter of Francis & An Hall, Baptiz d : Feb: ye 15 th , 
1680. 

Ellen Harris, daughter of James, Baptiz d Octob : ye 5 th , 1680. 

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i68i. 



Henry Hind, Labourer, was Buried May y e 23 d , 1681. 

Elizabeth Brown, widdow, was Buried May y° 26 th , 1681. 

Elizabeth, y e daughter of Robt. & Elizabeth Prior, Baptiz'd July y c 17 th , 

1681. 

Peter, y e Son of Thomas & Mary Bird, was Baptiz'd August ye 29 th , 
1681. 

Elnor Hoden, of this Parish, was Buried Sept : ye iS th , 168 1. 
George Hoden, of the same, was Buried Octob : y° 7 th , 1681. 
John Browne was Buried OctoB : y e 19 th , 1681. 
Edward, the son of Edward Dore, was Buried Octoti : y e 20 th , 1681. 
William Liston, Barber-chirurgion, Buried Octob: y c 28 th , 1681. 
An, Daughter of John & Temperance Liston, Bur d : Decemb: y° 13*, 
1681. 



A REGESTER OF ALL THAT WERE BAPTISED, MARRIED, 
AND BURIED Y E YEAR 1709. 

Josph, the son of Tom and Anne Willins, baptiz. March 27. 
The son of John &: Anne Chrosby, bap. July 3. 
Elnor. the Daughter of John and Eliz. Hollery, baptised Octobr. 30. 
Jos, y c son of Joseph and Sarah Lewin, baptiz. November 3. 
Mary, y c daugh. ot Will. & Eliz. Symson, baptiz. Nouember 13. 
Tom, the son of Tom and Mary King, baptiz. Nouember 26. 
John, the son of John and Catherin Jonson, baptiz. Nouember 27. 
Joseph and Beniamin, y c sons of John and Whebony Cook, baptiz. 
Decemb. 11. 

Eliz. y° daughter of Wm. & Elizebeth Dolby, baptiz. December 11. 
Joyce, daughter of Ralph &: Mary Abell, baptiz. Janvary 30. 
Mary, y e daugh. of Robt. & Mary Martin, baptiz. Marsh 1. 
Tom, the son of Tom & Mary Lewin, baptiz. Marsh 19. 

none Married. 

Alee, the wife of Hook, buried Octob. 15. 

Elner, the daughter of John & Elizebeth Hollery, buried Nouember 20. 
Beniemin, the son of John & Whibery Cook, buried December 23. 
Anne, the daughter of John & Elizebeth Hollerly, buried December 2S. 
Mary, the daughter of Robt. & Anne Martin, buried Marsh 10. 

William , Curate. 

Thos. Glouer, | Church 
Wm. Lewin, j Wardens. 



CHRISTENINGS. 

John Scaplehorn, baptized Sept. 4, 1606. 

Anne, the daughter of Robart Stiles, bapt. the 22 of Aprill, 1619. 
James, the sonne of John South, bapt. the 10 of Janua, 1619. 
Ambrose, the sonne of John South, bapt. the 25 of Aprill, 1624. 

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Christopher, y e sonne of Christopher Saunders, gent, Bapt. y e 24 day of 
July Anno Dom. 1615, alibj. 1617. 

Emlye, Daughter of Hugh Spencer, was Bapt. y e 14 of Deceber, 1634. 

Mary Spenser, the daughter of Hugh Spenser and Allice his wife, was 
baptized the 13 th day of August, 1637. 

Hugh Spenser, the sonne of Hugh Spenser & Allice his wife, was bap- 
tized May 26 th , 1640. 

John, y e sonne of Hugh Spenser, was Baptized y e third day of Aprill, 
Anno Dom : 1643. 

Richard, y e sonne of Richard Smith, was Baptized y e 23 d day of Aprill, 
Anno Dom : 1643. 

John & Mary Spencer, vid. 

Elizabeth, daughter of Tho. Shisto, p. 33, misplac't. 
Jane, y e Daughter of Richard Sutton, was (borne Jan. 30), baptized Febr. 
3 d , 1643. 

Mary, y e daughter of Christopher Sanders & Katherine his wife, was bap- 
tized io b 6 10 , 1649. 

Katherine, y e daughter of John Scapellhorne (alias Piper) & Elizabeth 
his wife, was baptized Apr. 6 40 , 1650. 

Katherine, y e daughter of James Simson, was baptized Apr. 16 , 1650. 

Robert, y e son of John Smith, was baptized March 4 , 165 1. 

Alice, y e daughter of Richard Sutton, was baptized, Apr. 6°, 165 1. 

Katherine, y e daughter of Jo : Scapelhorne & Elizabeth his wife, was 
baptized Aug. io mo , 165 1. 

Elizabeth, y e daughter of Rich : Sutton, was baptized May 22 , 1653. 

John, y e son of Chr : Sanders, was baptized May 25, 1653. 

Marey Sanders, the daughter of Christopher Sanders, was Baptized June 
the 29 th , 1657. 

ffrancis, y e sonne of John Smith, was Baptized y e seuenth day of March, 
l6 S7- 

Katharin Smith, vid. page 33, over y e leaf misplac't. 
Katharine Sutton, y e daughter of Rich. Sutton, was baptized Febr. 11, 
1655- 

Rebecca Sutton, y° daughter of Rich. Sutton, was baptiz'd 
1660. 

Jane Smith, daughter of Rich. Smith & Jane his wife (daughter of W. 

Draw) was borne Aug. 23 at night, & baptized Aug. 30 th , 1666. 
Mary Smith, daughter of John Smith & Mary his wife, was baptized 

Aug. 4 th , 1667. 

Mary South, daughter of Ambrose South & Eleanor his wife, was borne 

Aug. y e 4 th & baptized Aug. 16, 1668. 
Mary Smith, daughter of Rich. Smith (of Ilworth) & Jane his wife, was 

borne on St. Thomas day in y e morning & baptized on New yeares 

day, 1668. 

Francis South & John South, sons of Andrew South & Amy his wife, at 

Chinham, were baptized July y e 18, 1669. 
Eliz. Sewell, Daughter of Peter Sewell & Joan his wife, was baptized 

July 26, 1674. 
John Sewell, son of Peter, was bapt. Jan. 10, 1675. 
Peter Sewell, son of Peter Sewell & Joan his wife, was baptized June 24, 

1677. 

Mary the daughter of Peter and Joan was baptized 

August the 13 th , 1679. 

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Mary Simson, the Daughter of M r William Symson and Ellener his wife, 
was born the [blank] of February, between y° hours of eight & nine 
in y 6 night, and was baptized on the 26 th Day of the aforesaid 
Month, in the year of our Lord God 1690. 

William, the son of William Simson, Vicar, & Ellyn his wife, was born y e 
30 th of December, about six o clock att night, and was baptized on 
the Thirteenth day of January, in the year of our Lord God 1694. 

From an old manuscript, on parchment, in the possession 
of Frederick A. Crisp. 



Bacon Family. 

INDENTURE made 3 Nov. 1631, between Robert Crane, of Great 
Coggeshall, co. Essex, grocer, Robert Maydston, the elder, of Great 
Horkesley, gent., Nathaniel Bacon, of Langham, co. Essex, Esq., and 
Robert Maydston, the younger, of Great Horkesley, gent., of one part, 
and John Pulham, of Framlingham, "ad Castrum," co. Suffolk, gent, 
of the other part, being sale to John Pulham of a tenement called Swiftes, 
in Framlingham. 

Autographs of Robert Crane, Nath : Bacon, and Robt. Maidston on 
fold, and those of John Maidston and Tho : Alexander as witnesses. 

Robert Maydston, the=p 
elder, of Great Horkes- 
ley, gent., living 3 Nov. 
1631 

I 

Robert Maydston, the 
younger, of Great Hor- 
kesley, living 3 Nov. 
1631. 



Muniment a Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 6,/o. series, A r o. 2. 



Bcnce Family. 

INDENTURE made 8 Jan. 2 James I., 1604, between Robart 
Bence, of Orforde, co. Suffolk, merchant, on the one part, and Robart 



Maydeston, of Boxsted, co. Essex, gent., of the other'part, being sale 
of land in Framlingham. 

Signature of Robart Bence on fold, and those of Robert Shemynge, 
John Stephens, and others as witnesses. 

The seal of red wax is impressed with the initials " R. B." 



Rectors of Rushmere St. Andrew, Suffolk. 

1304. 8 Kalend. May. Alexander Taket, of Ipswich. 

Prior and Convent of Holy Trinity, Ipswich. 
1329. 7 Id. Jan y . William, son of John Gibbe, of Kentford, priest. 
Same Patrons. 

1350. 8 Sepf. Robert, son of Peter Gibbe, of Kentford, deacon. 

Same Patrons. 
1393. 15 June. Robert Kernere. 

Same Patrons. 
1418. 22 August. John De Brynkhill. 

Same Patrons. 

1427. 2 September. William Baxter, on death of John Brynkhill. 

Same Patrons. 
1429. 22 March. Nicholas Sty ward. 

Same Patrons. 

1452. 5 September. John Chatreys, on resignation of Nicholas 
Styward. 

The Bishop. 
1456. 28 May. Richard Hochmer. 

Prior and Convent of Holy Trinity, Ipswich. 
1483. 22 May. Robert Braumford, on death of Richard Hochmer. 

Patrons, same as last. 
I 535- 13 Oct r . William Shedyll, on resignation of Braumford. 
1539. 17 April. Peter Garles, on death of last. 

The King. 

1553. 27 June. Edmund Hytche, on death of Peter Gerles. 
John Jermy. 

1560. 17 September. George Fenne, on death of Edmund Hitche. 
John Jermy. 

1574. 25 May. Robert Hyll, on death of George Fenne. 

Francis Jermy, Esq. 
1 5 — . Richard Tenneth. 




Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. T,fo.jeries, No. 1. 



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x 597- x 7 June. John Bradie, B. A., on death of Richard Tenneth. 

Nathaniel Tenneth, pro hac vice. 
1610. 25 June. Samuel Sutton, on resignation of last. 

Thomas Jermy, Esq. 
16 — . John Suckden. 

1627. 10 May. William Preston, B.A., on death of John Suckden. 

William Hewytt, of St. Martin in the Fields, 
Middlesex, Esq. 
1659. 23 June. Alexander Hume. 

Tho 9 . Essington. 

1670. 7 October. George Havill, B.A., on death of Alexander Hume. 

Samuel Barnardistone, Bart. 
1680. 24 June. Nathaniel Nicholas, M.A., on death of Havill. 

Samuel Barnardiston, Bart. 
1685. 25 April. William Bankes, M.A., on death of N. Nicholas. 

Samuel Barnardiston, Bart. 
1696. 31 July. Edward Tompson, B. A., on death of William Bankes. 

Samuel Barnardiston, Bart. 

1707. 26 Dec. William Sherman. 

1708. 23 September. Samuel Ballis, on death of W. Sherman. 

Samuel Barnardiston, Bart. 
17 17. 23 September. Thomas Bacon, on cession of Samuel Ballis. 

Samuel Barnardiston, Esq. 
1734. 12 March. Richard Canning, B.A., on death of Thomas Bacon. 

Arthur Barnardiston. 
1756. 19 February. John Bullen, M.A., on resignation of Canning. 

Sir John Shaw, of Eltham, Kent, Bart. 

John Williams, of Felix Hall, Essex, Esq. 

Thomas Ryves, of Rauston, Dorset, Esq. 
(He held Newborne with it). 
1774. 16 December. Cuthbert Douthwaite, M.A., on death of John 
Bullen. 

Thomas Ryves, of Rauston, Dorset, Esq. 
1782. 25 February. John Edge, B. A., on death of Cuthbert Douthwaite. 

Peter Edge, of Ipswich, Clerk. 
1 8 1 6. 23 February. Thomas Prevost, M.A., on death of John Edge. 

Andrew Edge, of Essex Street, Strand, Middle- 
sex, Gent. 

1826. s January. Samuel Forster, D.D., on death of T. Prevost. 

Frederick William, Earl of Bristol. 
(He held it with Shotley St. Mary.) 
1826. 26 August. Charles Day, Bachelor of Laws, on resignation of 
Forster. 

Frederick William, Marquis of Bristol. 
1835. 15 October. Thomas Dennett West, B.A., on resignation of 
C. Day. 

Same patron. 

1848. 27 November. William Wigston, on death of West. 
Same patron. 

From tlie Institution Books at Norwich. 



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Rectors of Rushmere St. Michael, Suffolk. 



328. Kentigein de Welyngton. 

Lady Clementia de Biskele. 
330. Kentigein de Welyngton. 

Alice of Welyngton, for this turn. 

348. Roger de Craven. 

Richard de Biskele. 

349. 22 June. Alexander Gryrae, of Beccles. 

Laurence Monk. 

Adam Hawke. 

Robert Haldene. 
366. 24 Feb y . Guido de Crokedehok. 

John de Ulveston, Esq. 
375. 20 December. John Grey, of Denton, on resignation of last. 

Guido, Rector of Bergh. 

Richard Autres. 

John Botyld. 
402. 27 October. Thomas Chamberleyn. 

Stephen Bastwyk. 

Andrew Baddyng. 

Thomas Cole, citizen of Norwich. 
421. 11 March. Thomas Porter, of Bungay. 

Margaret, relict of John Argentein, Esq. 
435. 26 Ocf. Thomas Gurnay, on resignation of Thomas Porter. 

Walter Aslack and Margery his wife. 
446. 25 January. Hugh Cleye, on resignation of Thomas Gurney. 

Walter Aslak, Esq. 
450. 7 October. William Dubston. 

William Alyngton, Esq. 

466. 13 August. Walter Speer, on death of Dunston. 

The Feoffees of John Alyngton. 

467. 10 June. John Mors, on resignation of Speer. 

John Sellyng, Esq. 
471. 20 March. Thomas Snayth, on resignation of John Morse. 

John Alyngton. 
479. 26 August. Robert Provet, on death of Snayth. 

John Alyngton. 

497. 11 January. John Hokyr, on resignation of Robert Provert. 

Gilbert Talbot, for Giles, son and heir of William 

Alyngton. 
(Exchange with Wheatacre). 
508. 18 July. John Cleydon. 

(Personal union with Gisleham, 18 July, 15 14.) 
516. 11 March. Thomas Beddyngfeld, on resignation of Cleydon. 

Margaret Hubberd, widow. 
532. 10 May. John Gait, on resignation of Beddyngfeld. 

Henry Hobart. 

543. 19 February. John Went, on resignation of John Gait. 
Henry Hobart. 
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1549- 2 4 May. Richard Fletcher, on death of Went. 
Henry Hobart. 

1554. 12 September. Robert Noke, on deprivation of Richard 
Fletcher. 

Henry Hobart. 
1563. 10 August. Thomas Allyn. 

James Hobard. 
1 58 1. 31 May. John Beamond. 

The Bishop — lapse. 
1610. 4 October. William Hodgskyn, M.A., on death of last. 

James Hobart Esq. 
16 — . Thomas Spurdance. 

1662. 5 February. Joseph Fenn, on deprivation of Thomas Spurdance. 

James Hobart. 

1663. 23 February. Laurence Echard M.A., on cession of Joseph 

Fenn. 

James Hobart. 

1714. 11 March. John Carter, on death of Lawrence Eachard. 
Timothy Stampe. 

1742. 13 October. Thomas Prettyman, on resignation of John Carter. 

Richmond Garneys, Esq. 
1756. 11 September. William Bell Barker, M.A., on death of Thomas 
Pretyman. 

Robert Barker, of Lowestoft, Gent., for this turn 
only. 

(Personal union with Frostenden.) 
1 791. 21 April. Samuel Summers Colman, A.B., on death of W. B. 
Barker. 

Charles Garneys, Esq., of Fledenham. 
1842. 20 September. Thomas William Irby, BA., on death of S. S. 
Colman. 

George, Lord Boston, and F. W. Irby, Esq., 
Boyland Hall. 

From the Institution Books at Norwich. 



Rectors of Taiiuiiigton, Suffolk. 

1609. 3 December. Edmund Evans, B. A., on resignation of last. 
Walter Devercux, Esq. 

16 — . John Crapnell. 

1681. 5 April. Peter Clerke, M.A., on death of John Crapnell. 

Peter, Bishop of Rochester. 

17 — . John Alexander. 

1772. 30 July. John Eade, on death of John Alexander. 

Zachary, Bishop of Rochester. 
181 1. 14 August. David Davies, on death of J. Eade. 

Walker, Bishop of Rochester. 

18 — . R. Chapman. 

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1837- 13 January. Stanley Miller, on death of R. Chapman. 

George, Bishop of Rochester,. 
1878. 3 October. William Walter Tyler, on death of Stanley Miller. 

The Bishop of Norwich. 

From the Institution Books at Norwich. 



Vicars of Playford, Suffolk. 
Thomas Bolton. 

19 December. William Layton, B.A., licensed on nomination of 

George William, Earl of Bristol. 
3 January. Charles Day, Bachelor of Laws, on resignation of 

William Layton. 

Frederick William, Marquis of Bristol. 
15 October. Thomas Dennett West, B.A., on resignation of 

C. Day. 

Frederick William, Marquis of Bristol. 
6 December. Willoughby Willey Dickinson, M.A., on death of 
Thomas D. West. 

Frederick, Marquis of Bristol. 
3 1 December. Christopher Hodgson, on resignation of W. W. 
Dickinson. 

Frederick William, Marquis of Bristol. 
1 1 October. Edward Houchen, M.A., on cession of C. Hodgson. 

Frederick William John, Marquis of Bristol. 
11 November. Thomas Cooper, M.A., on resignation of E. 
Houchen. 

Frederick William John, Marquis of Bristol. 
15 April. John Major Freeman, M. A., on cession of T. Cooper. 

Frederick William John, Marquis of Bristol. 

From the Institution Books at Norwich. 



Pye Family. 

Indenture made 11 March, 165 1, between Sir Walter Pye, of the 
Mynd, co : Hereford, K l , of the one part, and Richard Sergeant of Aston 
Mollins, in the parish of Dinton, co : Bucks, Esq., of the other part, 
being covenant to deliver to said Richard Sergeant deeds, &c, of a 
messuage in Dinton. 

Signature of Wal: Pye on fold, and those of Tim: Tyrrill, Geo: Colt, 
and Francis Finch as witnesses. 



1747- 
1774- 

1827. 

1835- 
1848. 

1857. 

1871. 
1874. 

1880. 



Munimenta Antigua, Bucks, Vol. i,fo. series N" 6. 

17 D 



Edwards Family. 



INDENTURE made 30 August, 1695, between Thomas Edwards, of 
Wilbey, in the Isle of Ely, co. Cambs, Esq., of the one part, and Thomas 
Mayhew, of Wilbey aforesaid, yeoman, of the other part, being sale, etc., 
to Thomas Mayhew, of pasture land in Leverington, co. Cambs. 

Signature of Tho. Edwards on fold, and those of Theo : Buokworth, 
Theo : Buckworth, Ju r , and John Dryden as witnesses. 




Munimenta Antigua, Camb., Vol. i,fo. series. No, 1. 



Bn 1st rode Family. 

14 Sep. 1600. Henry Bulstrode, of Bulstrode parish, Upton, Co: 
Bucks, Esq., to Mary, da. of the Rt. Worshipful Thomas Reade, 
Esq. 

16 day of Aug. 1601. Thomas, the first born son of Henry Bulstrode, 
parish of Upton in Bulstrode, Co : Bucks, Esq., &: Mary his wife, 
da. to the Rt. Wor. Thomas Read, of Barton St. Nicholas in 
Abingdon, Co : Berks, Esq. 

St. Helen's, Abingdon, Oxford. 



Amy Robsart. 

On a small white stone in the paving immediately behind the reading- 
desk in the chancel and up the first step is the following : — 

" In a vault of brick at the upper end of this quire was buried 
Amy Robsart, wife of Lord Robert Dudley, K.G., on 
Sunday, 22 Sep., a.d. 1560." 

St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford. 

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Pearse Family. 

Gul., son of Gulielm Pearse, 3 Sept., 1580, Baptised, {afterwards Bishop 
of Bath and Wells). 

All Hallows, or All Saints, Oxford. 



Barbara Villiers. 

Note, that while the Queen (Henrietta Maria) lodged with her Court in 
Merton College, which was from the year 1643 to 1646, were divers 
marriages, christenings, and burials in this parish of St. John the 
Baptist carefully registered by M r John Gurgany, one of the 
chaplains, but about the time of the surrender of Oxon, June, 1646, 
the said Registers, among other books, was stolen from him by the 
soldiers who took it out of his window in the vault, that next to this 
chapell. 

This he hath several times told me. — A. A. W. 

Jan. i 8t , George, the natural son, or bastard, of King Charles II., was 
baptised. This child was begotten on the body of Barbara Villiers, 
the wife of Roger, Earl of Castlemaine, in Ireland, & being born in 
Merton College while the Queen with her Court lodged there in the 
time of the plague on the 28 th Dec, was christened privately in the 
sd. College on i 8t Jan. following. 

St. John the Baptist, Oxford. 



Wood Family. 

17 Dec. 1623. Anthony A. Wood, Historiographer (son of Tho. Wood, 
LL.B., of Pembroke Coll., oxon, of the ancient family of the 
Woods in Lancashire) was born. 

St. John Baptist, Oxford. 



ffloyd Family. 

1623. Eben-Ezer ffloyd, the da. of John ffloyd, was baptised Ap. 4, 
with much difficulty at the Font by reason of her Strange name, 
taken out of 1 Sam. 7. 

St. Martin's, Oxford. 

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Cary Family. 



Edward the 3, =pPhilipe, 
King of England. Da. of 
Arms, France <5^ Will. 
England quarterly, Earle of 
impaling quarterly, Henalte. 
1 6° 4 or, a lion 
rampant sable, 2 df 
3 or, a lion rampant 
gules. 



Daughter 
and 
heire. 



Thomas Holland, in y e =j=Anne, 
right of his wiffe Earle of 
Kent. 

Azure seme of fletir-dc-lis 
<S° a lion rampt guardant, 
argent impaling gules, 3 
lions passant guardant in 
pale or, a bordure argent. 



J 



V 

Jo. of Gaunt,: 
Duke of Lan- 
caster, 4 th 
sonne. 
Quarterly, 
France and 
England, im- 
paling gules, 3 
Catherine 
wheels or. 



Cathe- 
rine, his 
wife, Da. 
& Coe- 
heire to 
S r Paine 
Root, 
Knight. 



Thomas Holland,= 
Erie of Kent, Duke 
of ... . Englise. 



B 



I 



Arms, quarterly, i & 
4 gules a chevron 
betw. 3 swans argent, 
2 6° 3 or, 3 z#W- 
zVz azure, im- 
paling gules a /ess, 
argent, between 3 cres- 
cents or. 



This S r John Cary was Gules a f ess or, 
very well learned in the between three 
lawes of y e Realme : & shovellers 
Cheiffe Barron of the Ex- argent. 
chequor vnder King Rich : 
ye 2 d where he givin his 
Oppinion vpon Certaine 
matters where Questions 
j was very well liked & 

' allowed, but affterwards 

in the time of King Henry the 4 th he was called to 
accompt for the same and being inditted he was attained 
for the same and his goods and lands Conffisticated 
and pardoned of his liffe he was Banished into Ireland 
where he died. 



Elis, 1 wife, Da. to = 
S r Philip Courtney of 
Pobeder, K. sans 
issue. 

Quarterly, 1 6° 4 
argent on a bend, sable, 
3 roses of the first for 
Cary, 2 or, 3 piles 
meeting in base azure, 
3 gules a fess argent 
between 3 crescents or, 
impaling or, three tor- 
teauxes. 



- S R Robert Cary, = 
Knight, maried 2 
wiftes. 

Quarterly 1 & 4 
Cary, 2 or, three piles 
meetingin base azure, 
3 gules a fess or, 
betw. 3 crescents or, 
impaling sable on a 
chevron gules, three 
bars argent. 



- Jane, 2 wiffe, da : 
to Hokeford and 
widow to Wandiffe. 

This Robert, 
sonne to his 
fther S r John 



Jo : Hearle, Lo.- 
of West Hearle. 
Gules a fess or, be- 
tween three sho- 
vellers argent. 



=Maud, 
his 
wife. 



C 



Cary, was noe better 
learned then he a valiant & Coragious 
Gent & served at the Court vnder the 
prince who after the death of his father 
King Henry y e 5 th in his time came 

1 out of Arragon a Lusstie Gen 1 into 

England & did Chalinge to doe feates of 
Armes with any English Gentleman without Excep- 
tion : this Robert Cary hearing theireof made sute 
fourthewith to y e prince that he might Answer y e 
Challeng, which was granted and Smithfeild y e place 
appoynted for the same, where at the time and day 
perfixed they met and did performe sondry feats of 
Armes, but in the end this Robert gaue the foyle and 
overthrew the Arrogon Knight disarmed and spoyled 
him, wich doing so well pleased the prince that he re- 
ceiued him into great favour and caused to be restored 
vnto him most part of his fathers Lands and willed him 
allso for a perpeatuall memorie of his victorie that he 
should giue the same Armes as did the Arrogon Knight 
which both he and his hath engoyd to this day. 



D 



John Earle, of= 
Somerset, mar- 
ried 

Art/is, France 6° 
E?igland quar- 
terly, a bordure 
compony argent 
6° azure, im- 
paling gules, 3 
lions passant 
guard' in pale or, 
a bordure argent. 



- Margaret, 
Daughter 
and 

Coeheire. 



Thomas, Edmond, 
and John, all which 
died without issue. 



T 



Alce and Eliza- 
beth, eldest, & 
Briget, sisters & 
Coeheirs to their 
brothers. 



I 

James, Earl of 
Somerset, father 
to Margaret, 
mother to King 
Henry the 7 th . 



Edmond, Duke of= 
Somset, & Earle 
of Mortimer, 2 d 
sonne. 

Arms, France c> 
England quarterly, 
a bordure compony 
argt. azure, im- 
paling Beauchamp, 
gules a /ess between 
6 cross crosslets or. 



- Elinor, Da and 
one of the heires 
of Richard Beau- 
champ, Earle of 
Warwicke. 



Margaret, 
Daughter to 
Thorn : 
Earle of 
Devon- 
sheire. 



1 

3 J ONE » 
da : mar. 
to S r Will 
Pastonn. 



Philip, 


Edmond, 


John, 


Mary, 


S R Robert = 


= Elinor, Jone, 


Du : of 


Du: of 


slaine 


mar : to 


Spencer, 


his wife. mar. to 


Somerset, 


Somerset, 


at 


Hen: 


Knight. 


La- 


beheaded 


beheaded 


Teux- 


Du: of 


Sable, two 


rance, 


at Ex- 


at Alis- 


bury, 


Buck- 


bars nebule 


Lord of 


ham, sans 


bury, sans 


sans 


ing- 


ermine, im- 


Hoth, 


issue. 


issue. 


issue. 


ham ; 2 


paling 


in Ire- 








to Jas- 


France and 


land. 






per 


Du: (of 


England 








Bedford) ; 3 


quarterly, a 








to Wing- 


bordure com- 








feild. 


pony, argent 












cr azure. 





2 Eliza- 
beth, mar. 
S r Humph 
Lewes, K. 



22 



c 

r J 

Sr Philpe Cary,; 

Knight. 

Quarterly, i 6° 4, 
Cary 2 or, 3 piles 
meeting in base 
azure, 3 gules, a /ess 
argent between, 3 
crescents or, im- 
paling azure, a 
chevron between 
three pears or. 



:Christaine,= 
Da & heire 
to Orchard. 
She was after 
ma. to 



= James Por- 

TANE. 

Azure a 
fleur-de-lis 
or, impaling 
azure a chev- 
ron between 
3 pears or. 



D 

r J 

Thomas Hearle, =p Jane, 

1 sonne. Da. 
Arms, Heai'le im- and 
paling quarterly, heire. 
1 & 4 Vert, eight 
martlets, 3 2 6° 3 
sable ; 2 6° 3 per 
pale argt. gules, 
three towers 
countercharged. 



Alce, 2 wife, = 
Da of S r Will : 
ffullford, 
Knight. 
Arms, Cary 
with quarter- 
ings as above, 
impaling gules, 
a chevron or. 



=S R William Cary = 
maried two wiffes. 
Arms, Cary with 
quartering as above, 
impaling sable, three 
swords, points meet- 
ing in base argent 
hilts or. 



I— J 

Thom : = Elinor, 

Cary, Da : and 
married heire. 
Arms, 

quarterly, 1 Cary, 
2 or, 3 piles meeting 
in base azure, 3 gules 
a /ess between 3 cres- 
cents argent, 4 azure 
a chevron, between 3 
pears or, impaling 
sable, two bars ne- 
bulee ermine. 



- Eliza- 
beth, his 
first wife, 
Da. to S r 
Will. 
Pawlet, 
Knight. 





H 


Agnes, 


= Ro : Cary, 


his 2 d 


Esq., ma : 


wife, 


da : to Mi- 


da : to 


cha Carew, 


Jo: 


and had 


Hod- 


issue. 


der, K: 




Cheife 




Baron. 





John Hearle, =p Elizab 
1 sonne. Da. & 

Gules a /ess or, heire to 
betw. 3 sho- Saltire. 

vellers argent, 
impaling argent, 
a cross /lory be- 
tween /our mul- 
lets, pierced 
sable. 



1 



A rms, quarterly, 1 
Cary, 2 or, 3 piles meet- gules, 
ing in base azure, 3 
gules a /ess between 3 
crescents argent, 4 azure 
a chevron between 3 
pears or, impaling or, 
3 lions passant in pale 
sable. 



Da : & heire 
to Will : Suf- 
ferme, Es- 
quire. 

Arms, quar- 
terly, as last, 
impaling 
chequy, argent 
&> sable, a /ess 
vair argent 6r* 



-Jo : Hearle, 
her first hus- 
band. 

Gules a /ess or, 
between 3 sho- 
vellers, argent, 
impaling 
chequy, argent 
6° sable a /ess, 
vair argent & 
gules. 



This portion 0/ the pedigree 0/ the Cary family on parchment, with the arms 
painted in colours, is in my possession. It was evidently compiled towards the end 
0/ the sixteenth century. — F. A. C. 



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ye nnings Family. 

Marie Jennings was baptised the last day of November. Her mother, 
in travail of child birth, was brought from Water Eaton to Wolver- 
coate, from Wolvercoate to St. Giles, from St. Giles to St. Michael's. 
Constable and his wife, with the help of hired women, carried her in 
a chaire to Carfax among the hucksters. 

St. Martin's, Oxford. 



Rose Family. 

1616. 26 June. William Thornewall, son of George Thornewall, of 

Alderwaies Co. Staff : yeoman, app : to Thos : Rose. 

161 7. 3 Sept. Thomas Rose, son of Edmund Rose, of Lyverpoole, 

Co. Lane. " Generosus " app : to Humphrey Stok, a Cit. of 
London. 

1618. 3 July. Henry Rose, son of William Rose, Alderwayes Co. 

Stafford, yeoman, app : to Rich. Franklyn. 

1619. 10 March. Thomas Rose, Cit. & Draper, London [ nien t; ned 

1620. 17 July Thomas Rose, Cit. & Draper, London j 

Drapers' Company Books, App. Book, 
dated from 29 March, 161 5, to 
30 July, 1634. 



Kilvert Family. 

1624. 13 Oct. George Kilvert, son of George Kilvert, of Dyckes, 
Co. Salop, Gent., app : to William Xpinnas, Cit. &: Draper, 
of London, and Merchant Adventurer. 

Drapers' Company, App. Book, 
dated from 1615 to 1634. 



Skclton Family. 

1613. Maie. Rodulphus Ashenhurst, son of Rodulphus Ashenhurst 
of Ashenhurst, Co. Staff. Gent, app : to Launcelot 
Skelton, Cit. & Hab. of Lond. 

1 61 9. Dec. 24. John Skelton, son of Robert Skelton, late of London, 
Clericus, dec, app: to John Turpyn, Cit. and Hab. of 
London. 

1602. Aug. 13. Mathias Skelton made free by Wilfred Gwynne. 

Haberdashers' Company Books, 
" Bindings" 1 6 1 1 - 1 630. 



Mo sky Family. 



Indenture made 31 Jan. 18 10, between Sir Oswald Mosley, of Rolles- 
ton House, in the parish of Rolleston, in the county of Stafford, Baronet, 
of the one part, and Hans Sloane, of South Stoneham, in the county of 
Hants, Esquire, and William Chute, of the Vine, in the said county of 
Hants, Esquire, of the other part. Whereas by Indentures of Lease and 
Release, bearing date respectively 20 and 21 Oct., 1809, and made, or 
expressed to be made between John Barney, of the town and county of 
the town of Southampton, Gentleman, of the first part, Sir James 
Whalley Smythe Gardiner, of Roche Court, in the county of Southampton, 
Baronet, and Dame ffrances his Wife (before her marriage called ffrances 
Mosley, Spinster), of the second part, Thomas Lister Parker, of Brows- 
holme in the county of York, Esquire, and the Reverend Streynsham 
Master, Clerk, Rector of the parish church of Croston, in the county of 
Lancaster, of the third part, Harriot Brocas, of Wokefield, in the 
county of Berks, Widow, of the fourth part, and the said Hans Sloane 
and William Chute of the fifth part, All those Messuages, Lands, etc., 
in the Parishes of Pamber, Bramley, and Sherbourne Saint John, in the 
county of Hants, were conveyed unto the said Hans Sloane & William 
Chute, and whereas such conveyance was made in virtue of a power 
contained in the Marriage Settlement of the said Sir James Whalley 
Smythe Gardiner and Dame ffrances his Wife, and by reason that such 
power could not be legally and effectually exercised during the minority 
of the said Dame ffrances Whalley Smythe Gardiner, it was found ex- 
pedient to prove that the said Dame ffrances Whalley Smythe Gardiner 
had attained the age of twenty-one years before the title of the said 
premises could be secured, good and valid, and accepted as such by the 
council of the said Hans Sloane and William Chute, and forasmuch as 
the baptism of the said Dame ffrances Whalley Smythe Gardiner hath 
never been registered in any Church or Chapel, the same could only be 
proved by Persons present at her Baptism, and by a certain Memoran- 
dum in the handwriting of Oswald Mosley, Esquire, deceased, the ffather 
of the said Dame ffrances Whalley Smythe Gardiner, entered in a Bible 
belonging to the said Oswald Mosley, in the words and figures following ; 
that is to say, ffrances Mosley, born at Bolesworth Castle June 24 th , 
1788, christened at Malpas, August 20 th , 1788, Sponsors, W Thomas, 
of London, Miss ffrances Mosley, and M r Ashton Mosley, and whereas 
the said Bible, as being a ffamily Bible, is now in the possession and 
care of the said Sir Oswald Mosley, who is Brother of the said Dame 
ffrances Whalley Smythe Gardiner, this Indenture witnesseth, The 
said Sir Oswald Mosley his heirs, and assigns, will deliver to the Person 
or Persons requesting the same, an attested copy of the said recited 
Memorandum. 

Signature of Oswald Mosley on fold, 

This deed is bound in an appendix volume to my copy of the "Mosley 
Family Memorials." — F. A. C. 



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E 



Colman Family. 



Indenture made 3 Jan. 1650, between Joseph Colman, of Warding- 
ton, co. Oxon. gent., of the one part, and Nathaniel Colman, of 
Wardington, son and heir apparent of said Joseph and Martha Colman, 
wife of said Nathaniel, William Kench the elder, of Wardington, 
yeoman, and Daniel ffrench, of Wardington, gent., of the other part ; 
being lease of land in Wardington, &:c., co. Oxon. 

Signature of Joseph Coleman on fold, and those of William Kench, 
Alban Bull, Thomas ffrench, and Ambrose Holbech as witnesses. 

Joseph Colman, =j= 
of Wardington, 
gent., living 3 Jan. 
1650. 

I 

Nathaniel Colman, = Martha, 

of Wardington, son living 
and heir apparent, 3 Jan. 
living 3 Jan. 1650. 1650. 
Muni men ta Antiqua, Oxford, Vol. i,fo. series, JV" 15. 



Mather Family. 

Grant from John Mather, D.D., President of Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, and the scholars of the same to Edmund King, of Nether 
Heyford, co. Oxford, dated 10 Nov. 1730, of Water mills, in Nether 
Heyford, &c. 

Munimenta Afitiqua, Oxford, Vol. i,fo. series, A 7 "" 27. 



Man by Family. 

Indenture made 28 June, 1683, between Thomas Manby, of Lincoln's 
Inn, co. Mid*, Esq., and Mary Manby, widow, his mother, on the one 
part, and Sir Edward Mostyn, of Talacre, co. Flint, Bart., and William 
Stych, of Newbury, co. Essex, Esq., on the other part ; being lease for a 
year of the manor of Bawdes, alias Downesells, co. Essex. 

Signatures of Thomas and Mary Manby on fold. Witnesses, Edw. 
Mayo, Cha" Umfrevile, Rich d Butler, and Will™ Elbrum. 

Arms on seal, 1 and 4 Manby, 2 and 3 Caldwell. 

Mary Manby, widow, =j= 
living 2S June, 1683. 



1 ; 

Thomas Manby, of Lincoln's Inn, 
Esq., living 28 June, 1683. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Essex, Vol. \,fo. series A*' 33. 

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Mileson Family. 



Indenture made 10 Dec. 1641, between George Langham of London, 
citizen and merchant on the one part, and Borowdale Mileson, of 
Wingefeild, co. Suff., gent., and Dorathye his wife on the other part, 
being grant to Borowdale Mileson and Dorothye his wife, of the manor 
and lordship of Littlehaughe, in the towns and fields of Norton, 
Thurston, Tostocke, Beckton, and Woolpet, co. Suff. 

Signature of George Langham on fold. Witnesses Ri: Mileson, 
Edw: Lelam, Geo: Langham Jun r , Robert ffyson, Thomas Bright, 
William Bright, Rich d Reve, John Withers, and Joseph Withers. 

Borowdale Mileson, = Dorothy, 

of Wingfield, co Suff., living 

living 10 Dec. 1641. 10 Dec. 1641. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 3,fo. series N" 30. 



Hackett Family. 

Indenture made 15 June, 1700, between Lisle Hackett of Moxhull, 
co. Warwick, Esq. of the one part, and John Hackett, of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, clerk, youngest son of Sir Andrew Hackett ,of Moxhull, K 1 ., 
and brother of the said Lisle Hackett, of the other part, being release to 
said John Hackett of the manor of Beningham in Occolt, co. Suff. 

Signature of Lisle Hackett on fold. Witnesses Ro: Britiffe, Dudley 
Downes, and Eras: Orde. 

Sir Andrew Hackett, =p 
of Moxhull, co. War- 
wick, K l . 



r 1 

Lisle Hackett, of John Hackett, of 

Moxhull, afsd., Trin. Coll., Camb., 

Esq., living 15 June, clerk, living 15 June, 

1700. 170O) youngest son. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. z,fo. series N" 39. 



Seymour Family. 

Henry Seymour, Esq., one of the Grooms of his Ma tics Bedchamber, 
by deed dated 15 Jan. 26 Charles II. assigns to Sir Joseph Seymour, K c , 
the manor of Langly Morris, co. Bucks. 

Signature of Henry Seymour on fold. Charles Dawe and William 
Thurlee sign as witnesses. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Bucks, Vol. i,/o. series, N° 13. 



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D unco m be Family. 



Indenture made 10 Oct. 21 James I., between John Buncombe, of 
Hardwicke, co. Bucks, gent., of the one part, and Robert Hester of 
London, gent., and Thomas Butterfeilde, of Wooborne, co. Bucks, 
yeoman, being settlement made by John Duncombe on Joane Dun- 
combe, now his wife, of a house in Hardwicke, wherein William 
Duncombe now dwelleth. 

Signature of John Duncombe on fold, and that of Thomas Hortnell 
as witness. 

John Duncombe,=p Joane, living 



of Hardwick, co. 
Bucks, living 10 
Oct., 21, James I. 



10 Oct., 21 
James I. 



1 1 

William Duncombe, Edward Duncombe, 

eldest son, living youngest son, living 

10 Oct., 21 James I. 10 Oct., 2r James I. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Bucks, Vol. i,/o. series, N° 20. 



IVade Family. 

Grant dated 27 May, 1639, from John Wade the elder, of Culverton, 
in the parish of Princes Risborough, co. Bucks, yeoman, and Robert 
Wade, his son and heir, being settlement on marriage of Robert Wade 
with Elizabeth ffellowe, of Cheresley, co. Bucks, widow, daughter of 
James Cox, of Cheresley, yeoman. 

Signatures of John Wade and Robert Wade on fold, and those of John 
Cox and John Pewtrace, and mark of Thomas Righall, as witnesses. 



Robert Wade, dec.; 
before 2 7 May, 
1639. 



John Wade the : 
elder, of Culverton, 
in Princes Ris- 
borough, co. Bucks, 
living 27 May, 
1639. 



Gyles Wade, dec. 
before 2 7 May, 
1639. 



James Cox, of= 
Cheresley, co. 
Bucks, yeoman. 



Robert Wade, son=Elizabeth fellowe, of 
& heir, living 27 Cheresley, co. Bucks, 
May, 1639. widow, living 27 May, 

1639. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Bucks, Vol. \,fo. series, N" 21. 



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Comport Family: 



Edward Comport,' alias Comfort, 

of Chiselhurst, in com Kent. 
Arms, Comport, argent, on a 
chevron gules between three tor- 
teaux, as many cinquefoils or. 

J 



Richard Comport, ats Comfort,=j=Anne, daughter of John 



of Chiselhurst, in Kent, son & 
heire. 

Arms, Comport, impaling Rolte, 
argent, on a bend sable three 
dolphins embowed argent. 



Rolte, of 
com Kent. 



Eltham, in 



• Anne, daughter 
of John Ellis, of 
Chiselhurst, in 
Kent. 



Christopher Com- = 
port, of Chisel- 
hurst, in Kent, 
sonne & heire. 
Arms, Coniport, 
impaling Ellis, or, 
on a cross sable, 
five crescents ar- 
gent. 



Sir Tho 8 Fytch, Kn», and Bar*,= 
of Mountmask Hall, in par. 
de North Cray, in com Kent. 
Arms, Vert on a chevron or 
three crosses cross let fitch ie 
gules between as many leopards' 
heads of the second, the chev- 
ron charged with the Ulster 
badge Fytch ; impaling Com- 
port. 



Richard Comport, < 
of Southend, near 
Eltham, in Kent, 
second sonne. 
Arms, Comport, 
impaling Burston 
quarterly, argent 
and sable, on a bend 
gules three lions' 
heads erased of the 
first. 



■■ Joan, 
daur of 

Burston 
of . . . 
in Kent. 



I 

= Anne, i 8t daur, 
and Co-heir of 
R d Comport. 



2 d daur and co-heir, 
a twin with Anne, 
died young. 
Arms, Comport in a 
lozenge. 



Sir Comport Fytch, Bart., living = 
An 1715. 

Arms, Fytch with Ulster badge, 
impaling Vert on a chevron or be- 
ttveen as many bucks trippant of the 
second, as many cinquefoils. 



■■ Anne, daur of S r 
Lumley Robinson, 
Bar*. 



Fytch, 
living 



eldest 
Anno 



1 

Alice 



Fytch, 2 d 
daughter, living 
A 1715- 



William Fytch, Esq., Son Anne 
and heir Apparent, living daur 
A 1715. ~ 1715. 

The Armes and Discent of Christopher Comport of Chiselhurst. 

William Ryley, Norroy. 

At the foot of the pedigree is drawn the Comport Arms with mantling 
and crest, the latter being a demi-lion rampant argent, charged on the 
shoulder with a quatrefoil gules, and holding between the paws a 
torteaux. 

This pedigree of Comport o?i vellum with the arms painted is in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 

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Lukin Family. 



Declaration and appointment of use from Robert Lukin the elder, of 
Barneston, co. Essex., gent., and Dorothy his wife, pursuant to power given 
by a marriage settlement, 28 March, 17 15, reciting Indenture made 2 Jan., 
1706, between Dorothy Lukin, of Barneston, widow, one of the daughters 
and co-heirs of Robert Wood, late of Barneston, gent., deceased, and 
William Lukin, of Good Easter, co. Essex, gent., son and heir apparent 
of the said Dorothy Lukin, by William Lukin, gent., her late husband, 
deceased, of the first part, Thomas Walford, of Bocking, gent., and 
Robert Young, of Little Dunmow, co. Essex, yeoman, since deceased, of 
the second part, and the said Robert Lukin, the elder, and Dorothy his 
wife, by names of Robert Lukin, of Barneston, gent, (younger son of 
said Dorothy), and Dorothy his wife, lately called Dorothy Lane, 
spinster, being one of the daughters of Lionel Lane, gent., by Mary his 
wife, which said Mary is now wife of the said Thomas Walford, and 
administratrix of the goods of the said Lionel Lane, of the third part. 

Signatures of Rob 1 and Dorothy Lukin, on fold. Witnesses, E. Jocelyn, 
Will Lukin, & Henry Staines. 

Robert Wood, of =p 
Barneston, co. 
Essex, gent. 

H 

William Lukin =j= Dorothy Lukin, 



dec. before 2 
Jan., 1706. 



of Barneston, 
widow, so de- 
scribed in deed 
of 2 Jan., 1706, 
daughter and co- 
heir. 



Lionel Lane, =j=Mar y,= Thomas 



of Felsted,co. 
Essex, gent., 
dec. before 6 
Nov. 1706. 



AdnVof Walford. 
goods of 
Lionel 
Lane. 



1. William Lukin, 
of Good Easter, co. 
Essex, gent., living 
2 Jan. 1706, son 
and heir apparent. 



2. Robert Lukin,=Dorothy Lane, 
of Barneston, afsd., living 2 Jan. 
gent, living 2 Jan. 1706. 
1706. Settlement 
on marriage, dated 
6 Nov. 1706. 

Munimenta Antigua, Essex, Vol. z, fo. series, No. 4. 



Newman Family. 

Indenture made 22 Feb. 1670, between John Newman, gent., citizen 
and chirurgeon of London, and Elizabeth his wife, of the one part, and 
Thomas Dauling, of Westerham, co. Kent, gent., of the other part, 
being release of the Manor of Thundersley, &rc, co. Essex. 

Signatures of John and Elizabeth Newman on fold. Witnesses Jo : 
Dauling, Ra. Dauling, Peter Sambrooke, and Tho. Vardley. 

John Newman, gent, Citizen = Elizabeth, living 
and Chirurgeon of London, 22 Feb. 1670. 
living 22 Feb. 1670. 

Munimenta Antigua, Essex, Vol. 1, fo. series, No. 34. 
3° 



Holmes Family. 



Indenture made 15 May, 1662, between John Pert, of S* Fosters, 
London, gent., Jane his wife, & Richard Crawley, of Harlington, co. 
Bedford, gent., Anne his wife, daughters and co-heirs of Elizabeth 
Holmes, late of Whitchurch, co. Bucks, widow, deceased, of the one 
part, and Christopher Coates, of Whitchurch, clerk, of the other part, 
being lease for three months of a tenement in Whitchurch. 

Signatures of John Peart, Jane Peart, Rich 4 Crawley, and Ann 
Crawley on fold, and those of Robert Yarway, Tho : Yarway, William 
Olliffe, and Christopher Coetts, as witnesses. 

Elizabeth Holmes, of=p 
Whitchurch, co. Bucks, 
widow, dec. before 15 
May, 1662. 



I 1 

John Peart, of=Jane, da. and Richard Crawley, of=Anne, da. 

S* Fosters, co-heir, living Harlington, co. Bed- and co-heir, 

London, gent, 15 May, 1662. ford, gent., living 1 5 living 15 

living 15 May, May, 1662. May, 1662. 

1662. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Bucks, Vol. \,fo. series, -A 7 "" 44. 



Clopton Family. 

Grant dated 20 May, 1645, from Walter Clopton, of Coggeshall, co. 
Essex, gent., one of the sons of Walter Clopton, gent, deceased, he 
having accomplished his full age of 21 years, acknowledging to have 
received of Robert Crane, his father-in-law, the sum of ^250. 

Walter Clopton,=f=Margaret Clopton,=Robert Crane, 
gent, dec. before living, a widow, 1 8 of Coggeshall, 
20 May, 1645. Aug. 6 Chas. I. co. Essex, Gent. 

r - 1 - n 

Walter Clopton, of Margaret Clopton, 

Coggeshall, gent., living 20 May, 

living 20 May, 1645. 
1645. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Essex, Vol. i,/o. series, JV 49. 



Rayner Family. 

Will of John Rayner, alias Dey, of Ashbocking, 16 Sept., 1539. To 
be buried in the church or churchyard of Bokkyng Ashe. To the high 
altar of the same church 6 8 8 d . Towards making of a new steeple for 
the same church 5 marks. To make a new roof to the same church, 
the money to be paid by his Executors when the parish are disposed to 
make the new steeple one roof; and to making the highways in the 
same parish, when they are disposed to make them, 40 shillings. 

Suffolk Wills, Vol. 1, N° 100. 

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North Family. 



To all and singular to whom these presents shall come, William Dugdale, 
Esquire, Norroy King of Armes, sendeth greeting. Whereas the right 
honorable Henry Earle of Peterborough, Deputy (with his Majestie's 
approbation) unto the right honorable Henry Earle of Norwich, Earle- 
Marshall of England, by Warrant or Order under his Hand & Seale of 
the Earle-Marshall's Office, bearing date the nineteenth day of this 
instant month of June, hath signifyed unto me his consent, for my de- 
vising & assigning unto John North, of Cubley, in the County of Derby, 
such Armes &: Crest as he &: the Descendants of his Body may lawfully 
beare according to the Law of Armes. Know ye, therefore, that in pur- 
suance of the sayd Warr 1 or Order, and according to the grant of my 
Office, under the great Seale of England, whereby I am authorised to 
devise &: grant Armes, according to the Earle-Marshall's orders, and 
with his consent ; I the sayd Norroy, have devised, granted, and assigned, 
and by these presents do grant and assigne unto the sayd John North, 
and the heires and descendants of his Body lawfully begotten, the Armes 
and Crest following ; that is to say, Azure a Lyon passant Or, on a 
Cheife of the second, three Flower de Luces of the first : And for a 
Crest, on a wreath of his colours, a Swan proper, gorg'd with a Ducall 
Coronet ; and a Chayne circumflexing the back, gules, as in the margin 
hereof is lively depicted : to have, hold, use, and enjoy the sayd Armes 
and Crest, unto the sayd John North, and the heires and descendents 
of his Body lawfully begotten, for ever; to be borne and used by him 
and them at all times, and upon all occasions, according to the Law of 
Armes, in Sheild, Coat-armour, Penon, Seale, or in any other lawfull and 
usuall manner, without any interruption or hindrance whatsoever. In 
witnesse whereof I the sayd Norroy King of Armes, have to these 
presents subscribed my name, & affixed the Seale of my Office this 
twenty-first day of June, in the twenty-eighth yeare of the reigne of our 
Sovereign Lord Charles by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, 
France & Ireland, King, Defender of the Fayth, &c. : Annoq Domini 
MDCLXXVI. 

Willm Dugdale, 
Norroy King of Armes. 

From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Clayton Family. 

Indenture made 18 Nov. 1706, between Sir Robert Clayton, Kn' 
and Alderman of London, and Richard Dormer, of Hambledon, co. 
Bucks, yeoman, of the one part, and William Clayton, of Hambledon, 
gent., of the other part, being lease for a year of land, &C, in parish of 
Hambledon. 

Signatures of Rob' Clayton, John Davis, and Rich* 1 Dormer on fold. 
Tho. Stevens and Stev. Locker sign as witnesses. 

Mttnimenta Antiqua, Bucks, Vol. i,/o. series, JV* 39. 



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Lee Family. 



Indenture made 15 June, 1666, between Sir Francis Henry Lee, of 
Ditchlee, co. Oxon, Bart., and the Lady Elizabeth his wife, daughter 
and heir of Thomas, late Earl of Downe, and Luce, late Countess of 
Downe, his wife, which said Countess was one of the daughters and 
co-heirs of John Dutton, late of Sherborne, co. Gloucester, Esq., like- 
wise deceased, of the one part, and Thomas Yates, D.D., and George 
Hill, of St. Clement Danes, co. Middlesex, gent., of the other part; 
relating to the manor of Euston and the advowson of the parish church. 

Mutilated signature of Sir Francis Lee on fold. Witnesses, John Cary, 
James Hilliard, Row : Greenwood, and Esay. Palmer. 

John Dutton, of Sher- = 
borne, co. Gloucester, 
Esq., dec. 15 June, 
1666. 

Thomas, Earl of Downe, =]=Lucy, Countess of 



dec. before 15 June, 
1666. 



Downe, dec. before 
15 June, 1666. 



Sir Francis Henry Lee,=Lady Elizabeth, dau. 
of Ditchley, co. Oxon, and heir of Thomas, 
Bart., living 15 June, Earl of Downe, living 
1666. 15 June, 1666. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Oxford, Vol. t,fo. series, No. 45. 



Walker Family. 

W. Walker his Book April 28, 1805. Dallinghoo. 
Elizabeth Walker her Book. 
Mary Scott owe this Book July y e 24 Day, 1727. 
Robert Walker, Chelmondiston, Suffolk, 1850. 

William Wolker was Born and was Cristend Nouember 21 in year 1750. 

John Wolker was Born and Cristend September 14 in year 1752. 

Robard Wolker was Born September 4 in year 1755. 

Mary Wolker was Born and Cristend October 1 in year 1759. 

Mary Ann Walker her Book. 

Elizabeth Walker her Book Feby. 3, 181 r. 

R. Walker, Ipswich, 1831. 

Mary Scott owe this Book 1707. 

From the Book of Common Prayer, dated 1705, in my possession. — 
F. A. C. 



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Cud don Family. 



HERE VNDER LYETH BVRYED THE BODYE 
OF MARY CVDDON, THE FIRST WYFE OF 
WILLM CVDDON, OF SHADDINGFILDE, IN Y E 
COVNTYE OF SVFF., GENT., AND ONE OF THE 
DAVGHTERS & HEIRES OF GEORGE HARVYE, OF 
OLTON, IN THE SAYD COYNTYE, ESQVIER, WHO 
DIED THE XXII DAY OF NOVEMB., A° DNI 1586. 

HERE VNDER LYETH THE BODY OF ANNE HARYY, WIDDOW, 
LATE THE 'WIFE OF GEORG HARVY, OF OLTON, IN Y E COVNTY 
OF SVFF., ESQ., SOMETIMES Y E WIFE OF ROBERT CVDDON, OF SHA- 
DINFIELD, IN THE COVNTY AFORESAID, ESQVIER, AND ONE 
OF THE DAVGHTERS OF 10HN BARNEY, OF REEDHAM, IN Y E 
COVNTY OF NORFF., ESQ., WHO DIED Y E 7 th DAY OF DECEMB., 
AN° DNI 16 1 8. AGED 88 YEARS. 

HERE LYETH BVRYED Y E BODY OF WILLIAM 
CVDDON, OF THIS PISH, ESQ., WHO MARRYED 
ONE OF THE DAVGHTERS AND COHEIRES OF 
GEO. HARVEY, OF OLTON, IN COM. SVKFOLK, 
ESQ., BY WHOME HE HAD ISSVE 2 DAVGH- 
TERS. HE AFI'ER MARRIED EL1Z., ONE OF 
THE DAVGHTERS OF WILLIAM PLAYTERS, OF 
SOTTERLEY, ESQ., BY WHOME HE HAD 6 
SONNES & 5 DAVGH S . HE DYED Y E 1 9™ DAY 
OF DECEMBE K A° DNI 1634, AGED 79. 

HERE VNDER LYETH THE BODY 
OF MARY, THE WIFE OF FRANCIS 
CVDDON, GENT., AND ONE OF THE 
DAVGHTERS OF EDWARD BOSTON, 
OF BVRNHAM WESTGATE, IN THE 
COVNTY OF NORF.", GENT., WHO 
DIED THE 8 th DAY OF IVNE, 1640. 

Inscriptio7is on brasses in Shadingfield C/mrc/i, Suffolk ; from rubbings 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Goldsmyth Family. 

|foonc (Soldsmyth the eldest ehildc of (Hcmcnt WfaXtt late of iondon 
gUrrm, nuuycd x\x\i ycrcs to ffnumqi.s (!>old.omtith of tfvaifovd 
in hent 6cnt, after the blessing of X children, at her ape of .v,v.ui uith a 
moostc assured fayth A anient ~calc, flcptid this lyfc ye xxij day of (»V- 
tobcr 1569 leaving a romfortable vemembeanee as ucll of hir vcrtuous 
lyfe as of hev constant A godly end uhevforc ye lovde be nragscd. 

Inscription on brass in Much IFadham Church ', Herts : from a rubbing 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Fox Family. 



Indenture made 19 Oct., 17 19, between John ffox, the elder, of 
Chittering, in parish of Hoxne, co. Suff., gent., and Thomas Carver, of 
Halesworth, of one part, and Joseph ffox, of Stradbroke, co. Suff., Esq., 
and John Borrett, of Stradbrook, Esq., Joseph ffox, Thomas ffox, and 
Simon ffox, gents, (sons of said Joseph ffox, Esq.), Giles Borrett and 
Thomas Borrett (brothers of said John Borrett), Henry Clowting, of 
Stradbrook, gent., Henry Lock, of same, gent., William Lock, of Hales- 
worth, woollen draper, William Aldouse, the elder, of Stradbrook, gent., 
and John ffox, the younger (son of said John ffox, the elder), of other 
part. 

Signatures of John ffox and Tho : Carver on fold. Witnesses, Will m 
Bateman, John Stanton, and Jno. Kello. 



Joseph ffox, of Strad- = 
brook, co. Suff., Esq., 
living 19 Oct , 1 7 19. 



Joseph ffox, 
living 19 
Oct., 1 7 19. 



Thomas ffox, 
living 1 9 Oct., 
1719. 



Simon Fox, 
living 19 
Oct., 1719. 



John ffox, the elder, =j= 
of Chitteringin Hoxne, 
co. Suff., gent., living 
19 Oct., 1719. 

! I 

John ffox, the 
younger, living 
19 Oct., 1719. 



John Borrett, of Strad- Giles Borrett, Thomas Borrett, 
brook, co. Suff., Esq., living 19 Oct., living 19 Oct., 
living 19 Oct., 1719. I 7 I 9- I 7 I 9- 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 4, fo. series, No. 33. 



1135491 

Hare Family. 

Indenture tripartite made 3 July, 1683, between the Right Hon ble Sir 
John Duncombe, of Battlesden, co. Bedford, Kt., of the first part, and 
Dame Elizabeth Hare, widow, relict of Sir Ralph Hare, late of Stow 
Bardolph, co. Norfolk, Bart., deceased, of the second part, and Jasper 
Bridon, of Bury St. Edmunds, gent., and Thomas Fletcher, of the 
same, gent., of the third part ; being release of messuage called the 
" Ship," in Bury St. Edmunds. 

Signature of Eli Hare on fold. Witnesses, Jo : Sothebie, Charles 
Pigeon, and John Brand. 

Sir Ralph Hare, of Stow=Dame Elizabeth Hare, 
Bardolph, co. Norf., widow, living 3 July, 
Bart., dec. before 3 July, 1683. 
1683. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 6,/o. series, No. 31. 
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Alexander Family. 



Indenture tripartite made 20 Aug., 1644, between Thomas Alexander, 
of Framlingham, co. Suff., gent., and Elizabeth his wife, of the first 
part; John Marchant, al's Tyler, of Southolt, gent., and Elizabeth his 
wife, of the second part ; and John Alexander, son of said Thomas 
Alexander, and Elizabeth Marchant, al's Tyler, daughter of the said 
John Marchant, al's Tyler, of the third part ; being settlement on 
marriage of John Alexander with Elizabeth Marchant, al's Tyler. 

Signature of John Tyler and mark of Elizabeth Tyler on fold. 
Witnesses, Ja: Wythe, Alice Benham, and Will 1 " Brooke. 



Thomas Alexander, = 
of Framlingham, co. 
Suff., gent., living 
20 Aug., 1644. 



^Elizabeth, 
living 20 
Aug., 1644. 



John Marchant, al's=f=Elizabeth, 



Tyler, of Southolt, 
co. Suff., gent., 
living 20 Aug., 1 644. 



living 20 
Aug., 1644. 



John Alexander,=Elizabeth Marchant, 
marriage settle- al's Tyler, living 20 
ment dated 20 Aug., 1644. 
Aug., 1644. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suflolk, Vol. j,fo. series, A r o. 



11. 



Barker Family. 

Indenture dated 23 June, 1649, between Sir Thomas Barker, of Bury 
St. Edmunds, Kt., and Dame Penelope his wife, of the one part, and 
William Barker, of London, merchant, of the other part ; being lease of 
messuage in Ringshall, co. Suff., in tenure of William Stebbing. 

Signature of Will : Barker on fold. Witnesses, Peregrine Tasburgh, 
John Gregson, and Jno. Cartwright. 

Sir Thomas Barker, Kt.,=Dame Penelope 
of Bury St. Edmunds, Barker, living 23 
co. Suff., living 23 June, June, 1649. 
1649. 

Mutiimetita Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 6,/o. series, No. 19. 



Taylor Family. 

Edward Taylor born the 11 th day of December, 1797. 

Elizabeth Taylor born the 11 th day of March, 1799. 

Mary Taylor born the 12 th day of November, 1800. 

Edward Taylor died at Caunpore, in the East Indies, on 30"' Sept., 

1831, leaving a widow, and Rs. 339 14:4 was paid over to his widow. 
Mary Taylor died at Bromton in London the 31" March, 1S32, a spinster, 

leaving ^580 stock 3 per cent, consols. 
The gift of Mrs. Morley to Eliz. Emmerson. June 10 th , 1792. 



From a Bible, Oxford, 1774. — F. A. C. 
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Merik Family. 



HERE LIVED SOMETYMES 
IN THIS PARISH (TO THE 
GLORY OF GOD, AND THIS 
COMMON - WEALTH'S GOOD) 
XPOFER MERIK ESQVIRE, 
WITH AGNES HIS LVING & 
LOYALL WIFE, BY WHOME HE 
HAD ISSVE FOWER SONNES J 
HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON 
THE BLESSED BIRTH-DAY OF 
OVR SAVIOVR CHRIST, IN THE 
YEAR FROM THENCE, M.DCXIV, 
AND LYETH BVRIED IN THE 
TEMPLE CHRVCH LONDON. 
SHE LIKEWISE FOLLOWED 
HIM (MVTATO COGNOMINE) 
ON THE FOWER & TWENTIETH 
DAY OF APRILL, M.DC.XXXVII, 
AND LYETH BVRIED IN SAINT 
MARY MAVDLIN'S CHVRCH 
MILKE - STREETE LONDON, 
WHERE, & HERE, LET THEIR 
MEMORY STILL LIVE, THEIR 
SOVLES LIVING EVER WITH 
CHRIST IESVS IN BLISSE. 

Inscription in Norwood Church, Middlesex ; from a rubbing in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



Jouret Family. 

Esther Thurman my Book January 18, 1746, in the 16 year of my Age. 

Wilam Henry Jouret Borne Sept. y e 20 : 1748. 

Elizbeth Jouret Borne March the 20 : 1752. 

Esther Jouret Borne June y e 25 : 1753. 

Henry Jouret borne the 20 of April, 1756. 

Henery Jouret borne the July the 8, 1758. 

Isack Jouret borne April 9, 1761. 

John Jouret born the 12 of July, 1762. 

Elasabeth Jouret born Augs* 3, 1763. 

John Jouret born Oct. the 2 9 d , 1765. 

Willam Jouret Born December 5 th , 1768. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer and Bible, 
dated 1744, in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Coo Family. 

Deed dated 12 April, 1660, being grant from William Coo, of Cran- 
ford, co. Northampton, Esq., son and heir of William Coo, of Boxford, 
co. Stiff., Esq., dec, late son and heir of Thomas Coo, of Boxford, 
Esq., dec, late son and heir of William Coo, of Boxford, dec, to 
Hannah Nelson, of Hadleigh, widow, late wife of Thomas Nelson, of 
Hadleigh, yeoman, and Robert Carter, of Shelleigh, co. Suff., yeoman, 
exors of will of said Thomas Nelson, of messuage at Polsted, co. Suff. 

Signature of William Coo on fold. 

William Coo, of Boxford,=j= 
co. Suff., dec. before 12 
April, 1660. 



Thomas Coo, of Boxford, 
Esq., son and heir, dec. 
before 12 April, 1660. 



William Coo, of Boxford,= 
Esq., son and heir, dec. 
before 12 April, 1660. 



William Coo, of Cran- 
ford, co. Northampton, 
Esq., son and heir, living 
12 April, 1660. 



Thomas Nelson, of=Hannah Nelson, of 
Hadleigh, co. Suff., Hadleigh, widow, 
yeoman, dec. before living 12 April, 
12 Aprtl, 1660. 1660. 

Munimenta A?iliqua, Suffolk, Vol. 5, /olio series, No. 32. 



Owen Family. 

Will of Robert Owen, of Thorington, 1 Suffolk, 12 March, 1537. To 
be buried in Bramfield churchyard. To the high altar of the same 4 d . 
To the parson of the same parish 20 d . To every poor householder of 
Bramfield whose name do follow, a sheet, namely, to Thomas Marks, 

William Walpole, Margaret Bannam, Matthew Brown, Coo, William 

Fysher, William Gyle, Thomas Ferrour, Edward I'erpcs, John Dowsing, 
and Hammond Robsin. 

Suffolk Wills, Vol. 1, No. 19. 

1 The Registers of Thorington, Suffolk (printed by the present rector, the Rev. 
Thomas Smyth Hill, B.C.L.., M.A., from the commencement in 1561 to 1SS2, the 
date of issue), do not contain any entries to the name of Owen. 

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A Idridge Family. 

Sarah, Daghter of John and Sarah Moore, was Borne July the 2, 1728, 

about 4 in the morning. 
Elizabeth, Daghter of John and Sarah Moore, Borne May the 11 th , 1733, 

about 2 in the morning. 

1. Sarah, Daughter of Cha 8 : & Elizabeth Aldridge, was born Nov. 15, 

1756, about 9 o'Clock at Night. Chris d Dec r 10 following. 

2. Elizabeth, Daughter of Cha s : & Elizabeth Aldridge, was born Sept 1 

i st , 1758, about 10 o'Clock in the morning, & Chris d the 29 th 
following. 

3. Margaret, Daughter of Cha 8 : & Elizabeth Aldridge, was born March 

30 : 1760, about eleven at night. Chris 4 May 2 d following. 

4. Mary, Daughter of Cha 8 : & Elizabeth Aldridge, was born Feb 17 21 st , 

1762, between twelve and one in the morning, & Chris d March 29 
following. 

5. Cha 8 : Son of Cha 8 : & Elizabeth Aldridge, was born Aprill 3 d : 1764, 

about 3 o'Clock in the Afternoon. Chris d : May 25 following. 
John, Son of Cha s : & Eliz. Aldridge, was born Feb. 23 : 1766, about 10 

at night. Chris d : Aprill 3 : following. Dy'd May 7 th , 1779. 
Susanah was born Nov r 30 th , 1767. Chrisend Feb. 29 th , 1768. Dy'd 

May 14 th , 1778. 

Sarah, Daughter of Cha 8 : & Elizabeth Aldridge, was born Nov. 15, 1756, 

about 9 at Night. Chris d Dec r 10 following. 
Elizabeth was born Sepf i Bt , 1758, about 10 in the Morning. Chris d 

29 of the same month. 
Margaret was born March 30, 1760, about 11 at Night, & Chris d May 2 d 

following. 

Mary was born Feb. 21 st , 1762, about one in the Morning, & Chris 4 

March 29 following. 
Cha 5 : was born April 3 d , 1764, about 3 in the Afternoon, & Chris d May 

25 following. 

John was born Feb. 23 d , 1766, about 10 at Night, & Chris d April 3 d 

following. Depart d this Life May 7 th , 1779. 
Susanah was born Nov. 30 th , 1767, about 2 in the Morning, & Chris d 

Feb. 29, 1768. Depart 4 this Life May 14 th , 1778. 
Rich 4 was born March 26, 1769, being Easter Sunday, about 8 in the 

Morning, & Chris d May 3 d following. 
Tho" : was born Aug st 9 th , 177 1, about 4 in the afternoon, & Chris d 

Sepf 10 following. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer and Bible, 
dated 1619, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Millet Family. 

HERE LIETH BVRIED ANNE THE 
DAVGHTER OF ALAN-HENDRE AND 
ANNE MILLET, WHO DIED THE 
3I TH DAY OF OCTOBER 1605. 

Inscription on brass in Hayes Church, Middlesex ; from a rubbing in 
my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Playters Family. 



Grant dated 21 June, 1649, from Sir William Playters, of Sotterley, 
co. Suffolk, Kt. and Bart., and Thomas Playters, of Sotterley, Esq., his 
son and heir apparent, to Sir Richard Lucye, of Broxbombery, co. 
Herts, Kt. and Bart., and George Anton, of ffarford, co. Lincoln, Esq., 
of the scite and messuage of manor of Willingham, co. Suffolk, late in 
tenure of William Jolly. 

Signatures of Richard Lucye and Geo : Anton on fold. Witnesses, 
Alice Hastinges, Richard Lasinby, John Caton, George Hill, Tho : 
Bozoun and 'William Tyrrell. 

Sir William Playters, Bart.,=j= 
of Sotterley, co. Suff., living 
21 June, 1649. 



Thomas Playters, of Sotterley, 
son and heir apparent, living 
21 June, 1649. 

Munifnenta Antigua, Suffolk, Vol. 6, fo. series, A r o. 8. 



Benett Family. 

Grant dated 15 Sept., 1649, from Leonard Benett, of New Windsor, 
co. Berks, Esq., son and heir of Sir Robert Benett, late of New Windsor, 
Knt., deceased, and his executor, to William Benett, youngest son of 
Sir Robert Benett, and to Mary Benett and Frances Benett, the two 
youngest daughters of the said Sir Robert Benett, of the yearly rent 
charge of ^50 and of the Rectory of Chipping Wycombe, bequeathed 
to the said William Benett by will of Sir Robert Benett, dated 9 Dec, 
1648; and of a like charge of ,£50 out of said Rectory, bequeathed to 
Mary and Frances Bennett. 

Signature of Leonard Benett on fold; John Plumer, John Gardiner, 
and George Gregg sign as witnesses. 

Sir Robert Benett, of New= 
Windsor, co. Berks, Knt. 
Dec. before 15 Sept., 1649. 
Will dated 9 Dec, 1648. 



Leonard Benett, William Benett, Mary Benett, Frances Benett, 
of New Windsor, youngest son, living 15 Sept., living 15 Sept., 
son and heir, living 15 Sept., 1649. 1649. 
living 15 Sept., 1649. 
1649. 

Munimcnta Antiqua, Bucks, Vol. 2,/o. series, A'o. 15. 
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Gooch Family. 



Thomas Gooch Born on the 5 th of December, 17 [torn off]. 

Anne Gooch the 19 th of June, 1747. 

William Gooch the 14 th of August, 1749. 

John Gooch June y e 7 th , 1752. 

Matilda Gooch April y 6 26, 1754. 

Robert Gooch Sept. 25 th , 1762. 

Georgiana Gooch Born Sept b y e 10 th , 1773. Christened October y* 2 d 
at the Square Chapel, Bath. 

May i st , 1673. Thursday, 7. n. My wife was deliured of a daughter 
att Worl,* w ch was Baptized the 15, thursday, named Elizabeth :/ 
Father Gooch, y e Lady Playters, & my mother Lone godfather, &c. 

Jan : 9, 74. Saturday, | 4, after, n. My son Thomas was borne & bap- 
tized y e 19, Tuesday, uncle G., Coz. Lone, &c, Worl.* 

Friday, July 21, 76, was born Frances, & Baptised y e 4 Aug: ffriday 
there, Coz : Randale, G Vynor & Mr. Pitfidd &c, Worl* 

Satterday, Ap. 13 th , 78, was borne Matilda, one m., & baptised May y° 
I st , Thursday, C. P. D. P. & S. Gooch, &c, Worl.* 

Tuesday, 8 ber 25 th , 1681, was borne Will'm £ ii. n., & baptised y c 6 9 ber , 
Sunday. C. G : W. ff. L., & Mr. ffenn, &c, Yarmouth. 

ffriday, ffeb : 6 th , 84, was borne James, \ 8 n., & baptised y c 16, \ 3 m. ; 
being ill, dyed y* day, & was buried att Worl * y e 17 of ffeb : 84. 

Phebe Gooch, Norwich, August 12, 1787. 

Georgiana Farr. 

It is my most earnest request that at my decease this Bible may be given 
to my beloved & dutiful Daughter. Georgiana Farr. Nov. 15 th , 
1818. Georgiana Farr. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer and Bible, 
dated 17 13, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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Cox Family. 

{CATHERINE COX THE WYFE OF RICHARD COX MARCHANT 
TAYLER WHO DECEASED THE LAST OF IVNE 1598, AND 
ABOVTE THE AGE OF FORTYE VIIJ YERES AND LEFT BEHIND 
HER EDWARD COX AND LAVRENCE COX MARGRET AND IANE 
COX SONNES AND DAVGHTERS VNTO THE SAID RICHARD COX 
AND THE SAYD CATHERINE COX WIFE OF THE SAID RICHARD 
COX LATE DECEASED THE SERVANT OF GOD. 

Inscription on brass in Isleworth C/uerc/i, Middlesex ; from a rubbing 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



* Worlingham, co. Suffolk. 
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Bacon Family 



1622. Oct. 7. llarbarie, daughter of Francis Bacon, Esq. 

1623. Jan. 15. Francis, son of Francis Bacon, Esq. 

1660. Aug. 30. Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Bacon, bapt., born 
22 Aug. 

1660. Dec. 26. Anne, daughter of Thomas Bacon, Esq., and Jane 
his wife, bapt., born 23 Dec. 

1662. April 17. Barbara, daughter of Francis Bacon, Esq., and 

Dorothy, bapt., born 10 April. 
1 7 17. Dec. 13. Mary, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon, bapt. 

1719. April 1. Elizabeth, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1720. May 26. Ann, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1721. Oct. 24. William, son of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1722. Dec. 25. Elizabeth, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 
1724. Aug. 27. Frances, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Brown. 

1726. March 25. Nicolas, son of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1727. March 21. Mary, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1728. December. Nicolas, son of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1735. A u a- r 7- Nicolas, son of Nicolas and Mary Bacon, born 16 

Aug. 

1736. Aug. 8. William, son of Nicolas and Mary Bacon. 

1 75 1. July 8. Roda, daughter of William and Susan Bacon. 
1754. Dec. 8. Susan, daughter of William and Susan Bacon. 

ittnmunc.s. 

1656. Sept. 2. Mr. Robert Long, of Reymerston, Norfolk, Esq., 

widower, and Mrs. Elizabeth Bacon, of St. 
Gregory, single. 

1683. Dec. 4. Arthur Branthwait, gent., single, and Mrs. Anne 
Bacon, single. 

1 7 15. Dec. 1. Nicolas Bacon, single, and Elizabeth Clark, single. 
1746. Aug. 17. Robert Day, single, and Jane Bacon, single. 
1 75 1. Dec. 9. John Bacon, single, and Susanna Lefabuer. 
1782. March 4. Peter Bacon, of St. Mary in the Marsh, single, and 
Elizabeth Hannant, single. 

1579. Nov. 11. Margaret Bacon. 

1647. April 25. An infant of James Bacon, not bapt. 

1652. Oct. 9. Elizabeth, wife of Frances Bacon, Seriant at law, and 

late one of the judges of the King's Bench, was 

buried. 

1657. Aug. 25. Francis Bacon, Sergant at lawe, and late one of the 

judges of the King's Bcnche. 

1663. Aug. 12. Dorothy, wife of Robert Bacon, Esq. 

1669. May 3. Mary, daughter of Thomas Bacon, Esq., and J cane. 
1675. Oct. 18. Mr.. Henry Bacon, gent., youngest son to the judge. 
16S0. May 11. Mrs. Barbara Bacon. 

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1692. Sept. 30. Francis Bacon, Esq. 

1698. July 29. Jane, wife of Thomas Bacon, Esq. 

1700. Aug. 28. Madam Bacon, widow, y e relict of Fra : Bacon, Esq. 

17 10. May 21. Thomas Bacon, Esquire. 

1 7 17. Dec. 24. Mary, daughter of Nicolas Bacon. 

1720. July 17. Elizabeth, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

17 2 1. March 16. William, son of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1724. May 1. Elizabeth, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1725. Oct. 7. Frances, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1726. April 1. Nicolas, son of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1727. April 11. Mary, daughter of Nicolas and Elizabeth Bacon. 

1728. Dec. 12. Nicolas Bacon. 

1733. May 2. Elizabeth, wife of Nicolas Bacon. 

1737. Sept. 22. Mary, wife of Nicolas Bacon. 

1742. March 19. Nicolas, son of Nicolas Bacon. 

1743. Feb. 16. Mary, daughter of Nicolas Bacon. 
1751. March 27. William, son of William Bacon. 
1759. Sept. 29. Nicolas Bacon. 

1779. Feb. 5. Ann Bacon, widow, 75. 

1780. Nov. 26. Leonard, son of Leonard and Sarah Bacon, infant. 
1798. July 5. John Rix Bacon, married man, 19. 

1802. Feb. 24. William Bacon, bachelor, 18. 

1806. Feb. 9. Sarah Bacon, married woman, 47. 



From Registers of St. Gregory's Church, Norwich. 



Dely Family. 

gfm lptlt body of matptet 
§dy tftjs'te* pxoti&ml p Jjpn 
who ye vii of <*Moto* %o, 

1 56 1, on tvtee 0oute Ktttt ltau * tnwy. 

Inscription on brass in Isleworth Church, Middlesex ; from a rubbing 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Brynte Family. 

Will of John Brynte, of Charsfeild, Suffolk, 4 August, 1537. To be 
buried in Charsfeild churchyard. To the high altar of the same i2 d . 
To the high altar of Dallingo i2 d . To the leading of the church of 
Charsfeild 10 marks. 

Suffolk Wills, Vol. 1, No. 27. 

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Macro Family. 

Whereas by Indentures of. Lease dated 3 and 4 Feb., 1691, made 
between Elizabeth Parman, of Gazely, co. Stiff., widow, and Robert 
Parman, of same town, singleman, of one part, and Thomas Macro, the 
elder, of Bury St. Edmunds, gent., of other part ; the said Elizabeth and 
Robert Parman, in consideration of ^70, did convey to said Thomas 
Macro a messuage in Gazely, know all that now Cox Macro, of Morton, 
co. Suff., D.D., hath released to Charles Lord Lynne the said mes- 
suage. 

Signature and armorial seal of Cox Macro and Susan Macro on fold. 
Witnesses, Phill : Beart, John Kent the younger, and Isaac Robrson. 



Thomas Macro, the= 
elder, living 4 Aug., 
1691. 



Thomas Macro, late=j=Susan Macrow, widow, relict 



of Bury St. Edmunds, 
Esq., son and heir, 
living 4 Feb., 1691. 



and sole extrix. of Thomas 
Macro, lately dec, so de- 
scribed in deed dated 1 1 Nov., 
1737- 



I 

Rev. Cox Macro, of 
Morton, Suff., D.D., 
eldest son and heir at 
law, living 1 1 Nov., 
1737- 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol, 4, folio series, No. 42. 



Brewster Family. 

HERE LYETH THE WIFE OF IOHN BREWSTER ESQVIRE 
WHOS HEAVEN LIE DEATH DECLARS HER HAPPY LYFE. 
FAME SAVE THY WORSTS OF HER, I THE DESIRE 
AND THOV MVST BLASE HER, FOR A GODLY WYFE : 
OF RICH & POORE, THOV KNOWEST BELOVED WAS SHE. 
SPEAKE THOV THERFORE, THE REST OF HER FOR ME. 
I SAVE NOE MORE, HER NAME WAS THOMASINE, 
TO WHOM NO DOVHPTTHE LORD FORGAVE HER SINNE : 
NOW BLESSED IS, ALMIGHTIK GOD THEREFORE 
AND PRAYSED BE HIS NAME FOR EVERMORE. 
OBIJT ANNO ETATIS SVE 46, 
ANNOQ DNI I596. 

Inscription on brass in Stepney Church, Middlesex ; from a rubbing 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Seaman Family. 



1576. Jan. 12. Rebecca, daughter of Robert Seman, bapt. 
1588. Nov. 18. John, son of Robert Seman. 
159 1. Sept. 21. Elizabeth Seman. 

1674. June 7. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Seman. 

1675. Oct. 24. Mary, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Seman. 

1693. Dec. 31. Thomas and Bridget, son and daughter of Peter and 

Joanna Seaman. 

1694. Dec. 2. Joan, daughter of Peter and Joan Seaman. 
1696. May 27. Elizabeth, daughter of Peter and Joan Seaman. 

1698. April 1 1. Eramingham, son of Peter Seaman, gent., and Joan. 

1699. July 30. Henry Frammingham, son of Peter Seaman, gent., 

and Joan his wife. 

1701. Nov. 13. Jane, daughter of Peter Seaman, Alderman, and 
Joane his wife. 

1703. May 30. Frammingham, son of Peter Seaman, Alderman, and 
Joane his wife. 

1706. May 12. Bridget, daughter of Peter and Joan Seaman. 

1707. Jan. 15. Frances, daughter of y e Right Worshipful Peter 

Seaman, Mayor, and of Joan his wife, born 
Dec. 25. 

1709. Jan. 19. Peter, son of y e Worshipful Peter Seaman, Esq., 
High Shrieve of Norfolk, and Joan his wife, 
born 23 Dec. 

17 12. April 27. Elizabeth, daughter of Worshipful Peter Seaman, 

Esq., and Joan his wife. 
1 7 14. Nov. 19. Susan, daughter of Edmund and Susan Seaman. 
1 7 T5. Dec. 18. Sarah, daughter of Edmund and Susan Seaman. 

17 16. Mar. 17. Thomas, son of Edmund and Susan Seaman. 

1 7 17. Feb. 27. James, son of Edmund and Susan Seaman, bapt. 
1755. May 18. Robert son of John and Frances Seaman, bapt. 

1587. May 4. Robert Seaman and Sara Reade. 

1655. Oct. 13. Richard Seman, of Finmel, Norfolk, single, and 

Dorothy Atmer, of Tacklestone, widow. 
1685. Nov. 14. Henry Seaman, single, and Elizabeth Barnes, single. 
1734. June 19. Edward Richerson, widower, and Elizabeth Seamon, 

widow. 

1775. May 14. Thomas Marshall, widower, and Sarah Seaman, widow, 
both of this parish. 

1579. July 28. Dorotha Seaman. 

1584. Jan. 30. Elizabeth Seaman. 

1590. April 30. John Seaman. 

1603. Sept. 5. Margret, daughter of Robert Seaman. 

1603. Sept. 16. Elizabeth Seman. 

1674. June 28. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Seaman. 

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i677> Nov. ii. Mary, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Seaman. 

1681. Sept. 23. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Seaman. 

1686. Dec. 21. Christopher Seaman. 

1696. Dec. 31. Joan, daughter of Peter and Joan Seaman. 

1696. Feb. 16. Bridget, daughter of Mr. Peter and Joan Seaman. 

1699. May 2. Henry, son of Roger Seaman, deed., and of Frances, 

of Christ Church precincts. 

1699. June 14. Frammingham, son of Peter and Joan Seaman. 

1699. Aug. 31. Henry Frammingham, son of Peter Seaman, gent. 

1 7 14. July 13. Thomas Seaman. 

1714. Nov. 14. Sarah, daughter of Edmund and Susan Seaman. 

1 7 15. June 12. Sir Peter Seaman, Kt. 

1 7 15. Jan. 20. Mrs. Frances Seaman, widow. 

1 7 15. Mar. 7. Sarah, daughter of Edmund and Susan Seaman. 

1 721. Dec. 8. My Lady Jone Seaman, widow. 

1725. April 20. Edmond Seaman. 

1725. May 14. Robert Seaman, gent. 

1730. April 19. Susan Seaman. 

1735. Feb. 18. Elizabeth Seaman, widow. 

1749. Oct. 17. Hannah, wife of Christopher Seaman. 

1755. Nov. 23. Robert, son of John Seaman. 

Registers of St. Gregory's Church, Norwich. 



Aldryche Family. 

Will of Robert Aldryche, of Beccles, Suffolk, 13 Dec, 1540. To be 
buried in St. Michael's churchyard, Beccles. To the high altar of 
the same i2 d . To the high altar of Barnby 12*. To the high altar of 
Mutford i2 d . To the high altar of Carleton i2 d . To the reparation of 
the highways in Romburgh where most need is 20 8 . That his executors 
shall immediately after his decease buy twenty shirts and twenty smocks 
to be given to forty poor people, upon which they are to bestow forty 
shillings. To his brother Richard Aldryche an alman rivett, with the 
splinters and a gorget of mail thereto pertaining. 

Suffolk Wills, Vol. 1, No. 156. 



Bacon Family. 

gtere nndev tyetli lutvyed the bodies of 
gtathanielt gaeon fflntne of CSAwmti garon, 
Squire & gjtelrpr his uyfe §Ud <!Hi-,abeth garon 
visiter of ye said £lathanicll urli ^athanieU deptert 
this present life, the xvij d»y of pavche, 15SS 
bcinge of the age of iij yearns j^nd (Elizabeth 
lyheti'i.o'e died the wA of £Uavehe in the .same 
yearc briugc of the age of tiro yearc.s. 

Inscription on brass in Aveley Church, Essex ; from a rubbing in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 

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Hawkins Family. 



John Sidney Hawkins and Emily Mackenzie married by Licence at 
Easthamstead, in Berkshire, by the Rev. M. Pettingal, the then 
incumbent of the Living, 7 Oct., 1815. 

Charles Sidney Hawkins, son of the said John Sidney and Emily, born 
at N° 29, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, at 3 quarters of an hour 
past 9 of the Clock in the morning, 16 Oct., 181 7. Christened at 
the Old parish Church of S fc Pancras, May, 1818, but had been 
previously half baptized 13 Nov., 1817. 

Emily Louisa Hawkins, daughter of the said John Sidney and Emily, 
born at N° 22, Newman Street, Oxford Street, at 40 minutes past 

5 of the clock in the morning, 5 Nov., 1825. Christened at home, 
but registered at the parish Church of All Soul's, Marylebone, 4 th 
March, 1826. 

These three entries were made by my father, John Sidney Hawkins, 
and are in his handwriting. Charles Sidney Hawkins. 

Charles Sidney Hawkins and Thomasine Maddison married at the 
British Embassy at Paris by Bishop Luscombe, the then chaplain 
to the embassy, Oct r 30, 1844. C. S. H. 

Charles John Sidney Hawkins, son of the said Charles Sidney and 
Thomasine, born at the Ranger's Lodge, Whychwood Forest, Oxon, 
at 20 minutes to eleven of the clock in the Evening, Dec r 14, 1845. 
Christened March 27, 1846, at Charlbury, Oxon, by the Rev 4 T. 
Silver, LL.D., the then Vicar. C. S. H. 

Mary Katherine Sidney, daughter of the said Charles Sidney and 
Thomasine, was born at Cove House, Ashton Keynes, Wilts, at 
ten minutes to four of the Clock in the afternoon of Wednesday, 
28 th of February, 1855. Christened at the Parish Church of Ashton 
Keynes, Wilts, by the Rev d S. Bentley, Curate of the Parish, on 
the 14 th April, 1855. C. S. H. 

Agnes Winnington, daughter of the said Charles Sidney and Thomasine, 
was born at 14, York Terrace, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, at one 
of the clock in the Afternoon of Sunday, the thirteenth of April, 
1856. Christened at the Parish Church of Ashton Keynes, Wilts, 
by the Rev d S. Bentley, Curate of the Parish, on the 21 st of June, 
1856. C. S. H. 

Henry Ashhurst Hawkins, son of the said Charles Sidney and Thomasine, 
born at the Ranger's Lodge, Wychwood Forest, Oxon, at 20 
minutes to one of the clock in the afternoon of Sunday, the 17 th of 
Jany, 1847. Half baptised at home on Mar. 11 th , 1847, by the 
Rev d T. Silver, LL.D., the Vicar of Charlbury, Oxon, and admitted 
into the congregation at Ashton Keynes, Wilts, by the Rev d Isaac 
Penruddock, the Curate of the Parish, on Nov r 3, 1847. C. S. H. 

Sidney Barrington Robson Hawkins, son of the said Charles Sidney and 
Thomasine, born at Cove House, Ashton Keynes, Wilts, at \ before 

6 of the clock in the morning of Saturday, the 18 th of March, 1848. 
Christened at the Parish Church of Ashton Keynes, Wilts, by the 
Rev d Isaac Penruddock, the Curate of the Parish, on April 24, 1848. 
C. S. H. 

Emily Thomasine Hawkins, daughter of the said Charles Sidney and 
Thomasine, born at Cove House, Ashton Keynes, Wilts, at 20 

47 



4 



minutes before 2 of the clock in the morning of Friday, the 15 th of 
February, 1850. Christened at the Parish Church of Ashton 
Keynes, Wilts, by the Rev d Isaac Penruddock, the Curate of the 
Parish, on the 23 rd of April, 1850. C. S. H. 

Arthur Sidney, son of the said Charles Sidney and Thomasine, born at 
Cove House, Ashton Keynes, Wilts, at 15 minutes past 2 of the 
clock in the afternoon of Monday, the 15 th of March, 1853. 
Christened at home by the Rev d Isaac Penruddock. Died at 3 in 
the morning the second of May, 1853. C. S. H. 

Ethel Roselie Frances, daughter of the said Charles Sidney and Thomasine, 
born at Wroughton House, Wilts, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon 
of Tuesday, Sept r 4, i860. Christened at the Parish Church of 
Wroughton, Wilts, by the Rev. - Jones (performing the duty for 
the Vicar, the Rev" Henry Light), on Ocf 28, i860. C. S. H. 

Charles John Sidney Hawkins, before-mentioned, died at 5, Bury Street, 
St. James's, London, on Sunday, Oct r 18, 1S68, at 5.30 p.m. ; 
buried in Brompton Cemetery. C. S. H. 
Extract from the Parish Register of Charlbury, Oxfordshire, in the 

year 1S47. 

Henry Ashurst, son of Charles Sidney Hawkins, Esquire, and Thomasine, 
was privately baptized at the Ranger's Lodge, March 11. Born 
Jan. 17. Th. Silver, Vicar. 

From a volume containing the Book of Common Prayer and Bible, 
dated 1732, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Latham Family. 

HERE VNDER THIS MARBLE STONE RESTETH IN A 
ASSVRED HOPE OF A IOYFVLL RESVRECTION THE 

BODY OF GRACE LATHAM DAVGHTER TO 
WILLIAM LATHAM ESQVIER THE WHICH AFORE 
SAYD GRACE DEPTED Y K 1 8™ DAY OF 1ULLY A DNI 
1626, BEING OF Y E AGE OF 22 YEARS, & DIED A MAYDE. 

Inscription on brass at Upminster Church, Essex ; from a rubbing 
in my possession. The Will of the above Grace Latham, dated 
20 June, 1626, was proved 17 Nov. 1626, in the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury (118 IIele.)—¥. A. C 



Sedlcy Family. 

HIC IACENT SEPVLTI IOHANNES SEDLEY DE 
SOVTHFLEETE IN COMITATV CANTIJ ARMIGER, 
ET ANNA VXOR EIVS FILIA IOHANIS COLEPEPER 
DE AYLESFORD IN DICTO COMITATV ARMEGERI : 
QUI QUIDEM IOHANNES SEDLEY OBIJT XIJ° 
DIE AVGVSTI ANNO DOMINI 1581 ANNA AVTEM 
4 TO AVGVSTI ANNO DOMINI 1 5 94. 

Inscription on brass in Southflect Church, Kent ; from a rubbing in 
my possession. — F. A. C. 

48 



Kemp sail Family. 



Part of the Pedegree and Lyniall Descent of the Ayntient famyley 
of Kempsall of Cumptom in the Countey of Surrey, Esq. showing 
their matches and Alyances faithfully and Carfully extracted Examyned 
and Testified By William Penson, Esquier, Lancaster Herald of Armes 
and Entred in the Visitation of Mydlesex mayde by S r Henry S* Georg 
Knight, Richmond Herold of Armes Anno 1634 and testified by his hand. 



Swinborne of Northum- 
berla' : Anns, per fess argent 
6° gules, three citiquefoils 
counter-changed.=^ 



Kempsall of Surrey. Arms, 
gules a garb or. within a 
bordure of eight escallops ar- 



IOHN SwiNBORN of=r* 

Northumberla' : ' 
Arms, per fess ar- 
gent <2^ gules, three 
cinque/oils counter- 
changed. 



Christopher Kemp- 
sall of Kingwood in 
the Coun : of Surrey 
married. Arms, gules 
a garb or. within a 
bordure of eight es- 
callops argent. 



William Holstock of Essex, Esquier, =j= 
Suruavr of y e Nauie to King H e * 8 th 
Arms, or. on a bend sable betwee?i two lions 
rampant vert langued gules three hezants. 



; Mary the daughter 
of Will : Holstock of 
Essex. Arms, or. on 
a bend sable between 
two lions rampant vert 
langued gules three 
bezants. 



Henry Wood, of=i 
Nuthurst in Sussex. 
Arms, sable a fess 
cotised between three 
lions' heads erased ar- 
gent ducally crowned 
or. 6° la?iqued gules. 



Edward Wilson of ford in the Com := 
of Northu' : married Elizabeth dau : 
of Ioh : Swinborn of Northumberland. 
Arms, per pale or 6° sable three lions' 
gambs erased fessways. in pale con?iter- 
changed ; impaling per fess argent &> 
gules three cinque foils counter-changed. 



George Kemps all=t=Dorothey the daughter of 



of Hitchingfeild in 
Sussex. Arms, gules 
a garb or. within a 
bordure of eight es- 
callops argent. 



Henry Wood of Nuthurst 
in Sussex. Arms, sable a 
fess cotised between three 
lions' 1 heads erased argent 
ducally crow7ied or. &> 
langued gules. 



J 

lOHN LEIGH-- 

of Hereford. 
Arms, argent 
on a cross sable 
jive leopards' 
heads of the 
first. 



Vrsula daughter of= 
Edward Wilson of 
Ford in the Com : 
of Northumberla' : 
Arms, Kemps all,- im- 
paling Wilson. 



=Iohn Kempsall of Midlesex and of= 
Cumpton in Surrey, Esqr. Shevver of 
the Hall to King Charles 1634 his 3 d 
wife y e dau : of Stepkym of Wapping. 
Arms, Kempsall, impaling azure a 

fleur-de-lis or. =f= 



=Francis daughter of 
Iohn Leigh of Here- 
ford 2 d wife. Arms, 



Kempsall, 
Leigh. 



impaling 



I — 

8 Children 
all died 
young. 



Edward Kempsall married Hannah da : of Peregrine^ 
Herbert, Esq. Arms, Kempsall, impaling per pale 
azure 6° gules three lions ranipant argent. 

I 



Mary Kempsall. 
A rms, blank, im- 
paling Kempsall. 



Iohn Kempsall i' son 
by his 3 wife. Arms, Kemp- 
sall, impaling blank. 



Peter Kempsall, 2 son by 
his 3 d wife. Arms, Kempsall, 
impaling blank. 



Hannah wife of William Batson of London. Arms, 

argent three bats' wings, sable on a chief gules a lion 
passant guardant or. impaling Kempsall. 



The pedigree of Kempsall, of Compton, Surrey, is on a parchment 

Roll, with the arms depicted in gold and colours. At the foot of 

the pedigree are the arms of Kempsall, as above described, with 

the Crest on a wreath or and gules a garb or. encircled by two 

serpents azure, mantled gules doubled argent. It is now in my 

possession. — F. A. C. 

* 49 



Bugges Family. 



HERE RESTETH THE BODEY OF RICHARD DVGGES, ESQ. 
SONNE OF EDWARD BVGGES WHO DESEASED THE 31 OF 
MAY AN° 1636, WITH HIS TOO WIFES VAHAN STREINSHAM 
DAUGHTER OF ROBERT STREINSHAM, GENT., AND 
ELIZABETH BOWLES DAVGHTER OF THOMAS BOWLES, ESQ. 

ASKE HOW THEY LIVED 
AND YOV SHALL HERE THERE ENDES 
THAT THEY WERE BLESTE OF GOD 
AND TO THE POORE FRENDES. 

Inscription on brass in Horden Church, Essex ; from a rubbing in 
my possession. — F. A. C. 



Cobham Fa?nily. 

gtaaf tic (Cobham tie heat C'.sqayct 
% marrast le xx ioar tie gamier 
lau &e gvace mill' ij flist icy 

giea As sa alme cat metnj. 

Inscription on brass in Cobham Church, Kent ; from a rubbing in 
my possession. — F. A. C 



Young Family. 

HERE LYETH THE REMAINS OF 
GASCOIGNE YOUNG, GENT. 

AND MARY HIS WIFE 
WITH FOUR INFANT SONS. 
SHE DYED MANY YEARS AFTER THEM. 
MARCH THE l6™ 1 748/9. AGED 82. 



HERE LYETH THE BODYS OF 
ARTHUR THE SON OF 
GASCOIGNE YOUNG, 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
YE IO TH OF MAY, 1 688. 
ALSO GASCOIGNE, THE 
SON OF GASCOIGNE 
YOUNG, WHO DYED YE 6 T " 
OF MARCH, 1689. 

Inscriptions on the flat stones in the chancel of the church of 
SI. Mary, at Bury St. Edmunds; copied 19M March, 1S88, by 
Edward Percy South. 

S° 



Bright Family. 



Indenture tripartite made 22 June, 2 Chas. 1, between Robert Bright, 
of Pakenham, co. Suff.,' gent., Thomas Bright, of Thurston, co. Suff., 
gent., son and heir appar 1 of s d Robert Bright, William Bright, of 
Pakenham, gent., second son of s d Robert Bright of the first part, 
William ffyske, of Norton, gent., of second part, Henry Bright, of 
Pakenham, gent., youngest son of s d Robert Bright, and Martha ffyske, 
eldest daughter of s d William ffyske of third part. 

Witnesses : Edward ffiske, Charles Warring. 



Robert Bright, of=y= 
Pakenham, gent, 
living 22 June, 2 
Chas. 1. 



William ffiske, of=[= 
Norton, gent., 
living 22 June, 
2 Chas. 1.* 



I 

Thomas Bright, 
of Thurston, 
living 22 June, 
2 Chas. 1. 



William Bright, of Henry Bright, of 

Pakenham, second Pakenham, gent., 

son, living 22 June, . youngest son, living . 

2 Chas. 1. 22 June, 2 Chas. 1. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 7, folio series, No. 9. 



Martha ffiske, 
eldest daughter, 
living 22 June, 
2 Chas. 1. 



Indenture made 22 June, 1626, between Robert Bright, of Pakenham, 
co. Suff., gent., Thomas Bright, of Thurston, gent., his son and heir 
appar nt , AVilliam Bright, of Pakenham, second son of said Robert 
Bright of first part, Will m ffiske, of Norton, co. Suff., gent., of second 
part, Henry Bright, of Pakenham, gent., youngest son of s d Robert Bright 
and Martha ffiske, eldest daughter of s d William ffiske, of third part ; 
being settlement on marriage of Henry Bright and Martha ffiske. 

Signatures of W m ffiske, Henry Bright, and Martha ffiske, on fold. 



Robert Bright, of= 
Pakenham, co. Suff., 
gent, living 22 June, 
1626. 



William ffiske, of= 
Norton, co. Suff., 
gent., living 22 
June, 1626.* 



Thomas Bright, 
of Thurston, son 
and heir appar* 
living 22 June, 
1626. 



William Bright, 
of Pakenham, 
second son, liv- 
ing 22 June, 
1626. 



Henry Bright, of Paken- 
ham, gent., youngest son, 
living 22 June, 1626. Bur. 
at Pakenham, 15 March, 
i653-t 



=Martha ffiske, eldest 
daughter, settlement 
on marriage, dated 
22 June, 1626. 



Katherine, bap. William Bright, Henry Bright, bap. Thomas Bright, Robert Bright, bap. Martha, bap. Mary, bur. 
at Pakenham, bap. at Pakenham, at Pakenham, 31 bap. at Pakenham, at Pakenham, 19 at Pakenham, at Paken- 
2iApril,i6$o.f2^Aug.,i6^2.f Dec 14 June, 1637^ Dec. 1639^ xzNov.\t>$o.\ ham, iSDec. 

i6si.t 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 5, folio series, No. 48. 

* The Will of William Fiske is given in "Bury Wills and Inventories," issued 
by the Camden Society in 1850. — F. A. C. 
+ From the Registers of Pakenham, Suffolk. — F. A. C. 

51 



Springe Family. 



Indenture made i Jan., 1655, between Dame Elizabeth Springe, the 
younger, of Pakenham, co. Buff., widow, relict of Sir William Springe, 
late of Pakenham, Bart., dec, Hamond Le Strange, of Pakenham, 
Esq., and James Hobart, of Mendham, co. Suff., Esq., of one part, and 
John ffiske, of Rattlesden, co. Suff., gent., of other part ; being sale of 
land, Szc, in Cockfield, &c. 

Signatures of Elizab : Springe and Hamond Le strange on fold. 
Witnesses, Edward Bradfield and Abraham Steggall. 

Sir William Springe, of=Dame Elizabeth Springe, 
Pakenham, Bart., dec. the younger, widow ; so 
before 1 Jan, 1655. Will described in deed dated 1 
dated 18 Oct., 1654. Jan., 1655. 

Muniment a Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 5, fo. series, No. 49. 



Godbold Family. 

Indenture made 27 March, 17 16, between Simon Godbold, of 
Bardwell, co. Suff., chirurgeon, one of the sons of Simon Godbold, late 
of Ixworth, chirurgeon, by Anne his wife, both deceased, of the first 
part; William Mason, of Nacton, co. Norf., gent., and Tobias Rivett, of 
Wetheringsett, gent., of second part ; Lawrence Rainberd, of Gislingham, 
co. Suff., chyrurgeon, eldest son and heir of Lawrence Rainberd, late of 
Gislingham, yeoman, deceased, and by Elizabeth his wife, cf third part ; 
and Mary Godbold, one of the daughters of said Simon 'Godbold, of fourth 
part ; being settlement on marriage of Lawrence Rainberd and the said 
Mary Godbold. 

Signatures of Simon Godbold, W m Mason, Tobias Rivett, and Lawrence 
Raynberd, and Mary Godbold, on fold. Witnesses : Edm. Magor and 
G. Boldero. 



Simon Godbold, of=j=Ann, dec d 



Ixworth, chirurgeon, 
dec d before 27 March, 
1 7 16. 



before 27 

March, 

1716. 



Lawrence Rainberd, of=j=Elizabeth. 
Gislingham, yeoman, 
dec' 1 before 27 March, 
1716. 



Simon Godbold, of 
Bardwell, living 27 
March, 17 16. 



Mary Godbold,=Lawrence Rainberd, of 
marriege settle- Gislingham, chyrurgeon, 
ment dated 27 eldest son and heir, liv- 
March, 17 17. ing 27 March, 17 16. 



Muniment a Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 4, folio series, A'o. 4. 



Howard Family. 



§apti;w. 

1588. Aug. 10. Henry Howard. 

1588. Aug. 10. Richard Howard. 
1590. July 10. Elizabeth Howard. 

1694. April 10. Henry, son of Henry and Mary Howard. 

17 12. Mar. 6. John, son of Henry and Elizabeth Howard. 

1741. Mar. 19. Ann, daughter of John and Ann Howard. 

1743. April 8. Henry, son of John and Ann Howard. 

Pavriajjctf. 

1608. June 22. Thomas Rust and Frances Howard. 
1625. Nov. 27. Thomas Howard and Elizabeth Trull. 
1629. Sept. 17. Robert Howard and Martha Pullham. 
1675. Jan. 14. Robert Baldwin and Rebecca Howard, both single. 
1684. April 5. Richard Whalling, widower, and Ann Howard, single. 
1687. Sept. 29. Nathaniel Nobbes, clerk, and Margaret Howard, 
widow. 

1 69 1. July 11. Gregory Howard, single, and Susan Plumm. 
1704. April 27. Nicolas Pope, widower, hostler, and Sarah Howard, 
widow. 

1732. Dec. 1. John Green, single, and Mary Howard, single. 
1736. Jan. 12. William Offord, of New Buckenham, and Mary 

Howard, single, of Tacolneston. 
1749. Dec. 25. Abraham Rollins, single, and Moddisty Howard, 

single. 

1752. Nov. 1. Liene Howard, widower, and Ealy Selwood, widow. 

Muriate. 

1589. April 11. Henry Howard. 

1590. April 27. John Howard. - 
1592. Mar. 27. Elizabeth Howard. 

1606. Jan. 17. Suzan, wife of Thomas Howard. 

1625. June 1. Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Howard. 

1653. April 17. Edward Howard. 

1657. Feb. 4. Elizabeth Howard, widow. 

1694. May 2. Henry Howard. 

1694. May 19. Henry, son of Henry Howard. 

1762. Feb. 16. Sarah Howard. 

1768. April 22. Elizabeth Howard. 

Registers of St. Gregory's Church, Norwich. 



Joslyne Family. 

JgU jaret (8&ttx\&u$ gfojslpe featcriaa a* lonatta vxox tV q... 
«Mjt xx° &xt ttwte iamtarij Qwno &ni u(&(&(&@\xx quo**... 

Inscription on brass in Sawbridgeworth Church, Herts; from a 
rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 

53 



Langley Family. 



Grant dated 29 July, 1706, from Anne Langley, of Great Marlow, co. 
Bucks, widow, executrix of Will of her late husband, Thomas Langley, 
deceased, and Administratrix of goods of Joane Langley, widow, mother 
of said Thomas, to Jonathan Hamond, alias Cooper, of Great Marlow, 
gent, of land in parish of Great Marlow. 

Mark of Anne Langley on fold. The deed is witnessed by Samuel 
Welles, Jun r , and Robert Peck. 

Joane Langley, widow, =j= 
dec. before 29 July 
1706. 



_l 



Thomas Langley, =Anne Langley, of Great 
dec. before 29 Marlow, widow, living 
July, 1706. 29 July, 1706. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Bucks, Vol. 2, folio series, No. 27. 



Copping Family. 

Indenture made 26 May, 1741, between Edmund Copping, of Paken- 
ham, co. Suff., clothier, of the one part, and Stephen Bacon, of Bury 
St. Edmunds, apothecary, of the other part ; being demise of land in 
Pakenham, co. Suff. 

Signature of Edmund Copping on fold. Witnesses : W m Doe and 
Geo. Boldero. 

Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 4, folio series, No. 5. 



Towler Family- 

Indenture made 27 June, 1699, between William Towler of Pakenham, 
co. Suff., collar-maker, of the one part, and Thomas Mathew, of Paken- 
ham, yeoman, and Anne his wife, one of the daughters of said William 
Towler, of the other part ; being settlement after marriage of said Thomas 
and Anne Mathew. 

Signature of Will'" Towler on fold. Witnesses : Nath. Jordan, John 
Goulthorp, and G. Boldero. 

William Towler, of=f= 
Pakenham, Suff, 
collar-maker, living 
27 June, 1699. 



I 

Thomas Mathew, of=Anne, one of the daughters 
Pakenham, yeoman, of Will" Towler, living 27 
living 27 June, 1699. June, 1699. 



Munimenta Antiqua, Suffolk, Vol. 4, folio series, No. 27. 
54 



Hamond Family. 



Will of John Hamond, of Kelsale, 4 May, 31 Hen. VIII. To be 
buried in Kelsale Churchyard. To the high altar of the same 3 s 4 a . 
To the Guild of S. John, Kelsale, 2o d . To Sir Lawrence Elton, to pray 
for him, 3 s 4 d . 

Suffolk Wills, Vol. i, No. 84. 



Godolphin Family. 

tlxt xxxxitU of Qtmnbtx, 1575 : 
(BoMyilm M& to itart ftafa §taa* 
3i#itm Qtntt 3ttox&t& felgqjtie. 
M$ &vxth i$ o,om, W igeff ttata uxotxnt 
(ttUxmll pMprtwitge. 

StttoMjgta WMAXm to zoxwtn am flcafl flotae lg* 
lottos ffagein to Item, jftaU am* flge. 

Inscription on brass in Finchley Church, Middlesex ; from a rubbing 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



D acres Family. 

ffytm Igetn towgea" p aoflg of tonvy Qmxm (ttzttztn & gftawaaat 
©agtoK anil ^vrntguw gMtoataa of Uw&on & (Stfsaktn ate w>gffe 
ia* whgcae aenvg flmsi&'ftt t\u — dag of — the jjerc 0! 0* t0¥it qo& 
mv t — anil tit* gaga" (SzlisaMn flmswa" ta* nils flag of ^tt*gtt tae 
gm 0f o* tat god mv * and" m. 

Inscription on brass in the Church of St. Duns tan in the West, 
London ; from a rubbing in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Pelse Family- 

Will of Christiana Pelse, widow, of Cransford, 12 August, 1540. To 
be buried in Cransford Churchyard, by the grave of her husband. To 
the high altar of the same 3 s 4 d . That her Executors shall see her body 
buried, and every person there, man, woman or child, that will take alms, 
to have one penny; likewise bodily food as may be required. To a 
priest to sing in Cransford Church for her soul, her husband's soul, and 
all Christian souls, 26 s 8 d , and competent meat and drink whilst he is 
singing the same. 

Suffolk Wills, Vol. r, No. 130. 

55 



Pratt Family. 



To all and singular as well Nobles and gentills as others to whome 
theis presentes shall come : William Camden, Clarenceulx King of Armes 
of the South, East, and west partes of this Realme of England from the 
riuer of Trent Southwardes sendeth greeting in our Lord God euer- 
lastinge. Among many and sundrie monumentes deuised by our 
prudent progenitors to commend the memorie of men of worth and 
good desert to succeeding ages, It is notorious that the cheifest and 
most vsual hath bin the bearing of figures in shieldes commonlie called 
Armes, both as euident demonstrations of their vertues and rewardes of 
the same : That for their commendable seruice to their Prince and 
Countrie in warre or peace they may in their Hues receave due honour, 
and deriue the same after their death successiuely to their posteritie. 
In which respect whereas Ralfe Pratt of Hatherne in the Countye of 
Leicester hath desired me to make search in the office of Armes what 
Armes he may lawfully beare without prejudice of any other, I being 
enformed that the said Ralfe Pratt, by Gods blessing and vertue which 
onely enobleth men, is sufficiently enobled, and performeth all seruices 
to his Prince and Countrie as other gentlemen doe, att his request haue 
made search accordinglie, and doe finde that he may lawfullie beare in a 
Sheild Azure Three Besantes, with as many Martletts thereon of the first, 
a Cheife Or, and for his Creast upon the healme on a wreath of his 
collours, a demy Enycorne Or, supporting a lozange Azure, mantled 
Gules, doubled siluer, as more plainly appeareth depicted in the margent 
w ch Armes and Creast with every part and parcell thereof I the said 
King of Armes by power and authoritye to my Office annexed under the 
great Seale of England doe by theis presents ratefie, allow, and confirme 
unto the said Ralfe Pratt and to his posteritie with their due differences 
for ever. And he, or they the same to vse, beare, or shew fourth in 
Sheild, Coate Armor, or otherwise according to the auntient lawes of 
Armes at his or their pleasure for evermore without contradiction or 
controulment of any person or persons whatsoever. In witness whereof 
I the said King of Armes have hereunto sett my hand and Seale of 
Office the Three and Twentith day of August, Anno Dom : 1601, And 
in the Three and ffortith yeare of the raigne of our Soueraigne Lady 
Elizabeth by the grace of God Queene of England firaunce and Ireland 
defender of the ffaith, &c. 

William Camden, Clarenceux 
King of Amies. 

From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Elmy Family. 

Will of Robert Elmy, of Little Bealings, 15 April, 1539. To be 
buried in the churchyard of Little Bealings. To the high altar of the 
same 20 d . To the high altar of Kesgrave 20 d . To the high altar of 
Great Bealings i2 d . 

Suffolk Wills, Vol. 1, No. 81. 

56 



Collett Family. 



To all and Singvlar vnto whom these Presents shall come, I S r Edward 
Bysshe, Knight, Clarenceux, Principall Herald and King of Amies of all 
the South, East, and West Parts of this Realme of England, from the 
River of Trent Southward send Greeting. Whereas Anthony Collett, 
of Anthony Collett, late of Westerfeild, in the County of Suffolke, sonne 
Gentleman, deceased, and Samuell Collett, Sonne of Philologus Collett, 
second Brother to the last named Anthony, late of Westerfeild, also 
deceased, Have desired mee to Assigne vnto Them such Armes and 
Creast as they may lawfully beare, Know yee therefore that I have 
thought fitt to Assigne vnto them and either of them the Armes here- 
after mentioned, viz. : Sable, on a Chevron ingrailed betweene three 
Hinds trippant Argent as many Annuletts of the first. And for a Creast, 
On a Helmet and Wreath of Their Colours a Hind's head coupe Argent, 
gorged with a Coller ingrailed Sable, mantled Gules, doubled Argent, As 
in the Margent more lively is depicted, Which Armes and Creast as 
before expressed, I the said Clarenceux, by Power and Authority of my 
Office, to me granted by my Letters Pattents vnder the Greate Seale of 
England, Doe by these presents Assigne, Give, and Grant vnto the said 
Anthony Collett and Samuell Collett, and vnto either of them, and vnto 
the Heires of the Bodie of them and either of them lawfully begotten. 
To be by them and every of them borne with their due Differences 
according to the Lawes of Armes for ever. In witnesse whereof I have 
hereunto affixed the Seale of my Office and subscribed my Name. Dated 
this Fourteenth day of August, in the Sixteenth yeare of the Reigne 
of our Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second, by the Grace of God of 
England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith. 
And in the yeare of our Lord One Thousand Six Hundred Sixty and 
Fower. 

Edward Bysshe, Clarenceux 
King of Armes. 

The original Grant is in the possession of the Rev. Anthony Collett, of 
Elmstead Vicarage, Ashford, Kent. — F. A. C. 



Bell Family. 

HEERE VNDER LYETH 
INTERRED THE BODY OF 
ALICE BELL, LATE WIFE 
OF ROBERT BELL, CITIZEN 
AND MARCHANT OF LONDON 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 6 th DAY OF DECEMBER 
ANNO DOM. 
1646. 

Inscription in the South Aisle of the Hithe Church, Colchester ; from 
a volume in my possession, containing copies of all the Inscrip- 
tions at this Church. — F. A. C. 

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Awdley Family. 



Tho" Awdley, y e Son of Tho 8 & Eliz b Awdley, was Born y e 19th of May, 

and Baptzed y e 17th of June, In y e Year 1722. 
Jane Awdley, Daughter of Tho s & Lucy Awdley, Born January y e 20th, 

& Baptzed Feb. y e 8th, 1729. 
Lucy Awdley, Daughter of Tho 8 & Lucy Awdley, was Born Mar. 6, 

i73 /3i- 

Jam s Awdley, Son of Tho 9 & Lucy Awdley, Born July nth, 1733. 
Phill 3 Awdley, Daughter of Tho 8 & Lucy Awdley, was Born Dec. 6th, 
1734. 

Lucy Awdley, Daughter of T. & Lucy Awdley, was Born Jan. 6, 1741. 
Tho 8 Awdley, Son of Tho 8 & Lucy Awdley, Born March 27, 1743. 
Ann Awdley, Daughter of Tho 8 & Lucy Awdley, Born Mar. 21, 1745, 
and Baptized 1746. 

From a Bible, dated 1657, in my possession, with the Book-plate of 
" William Cowper, Esq., Clerk of the Parliaments."— ¥. A. C. 



Hob son Family. 

|Uc iacft tins; WUlm.s gob.sott quonflam 
Ittagvi Stilts' (Mtjjii qui olrijt x.vjj die 
gtugu.ati % &ta £tt (C tatnj cuj' aie pjiicut' <U\ 

Inscription on brass in Cobham Church, Kent ; from a rubbing in 
my possession. — F. A. C. 



Wakeham Family. 

Nov. 3, 1755. 

John Wakeham, Son of N. & Harriotte Wakeham, was born Friday, 

September y e 3rd at half an Hour after five in the Afternoon, and 

was Baptized Tuesday, September y e 21st, 1756. Died Oct. 23, 

1757, at Sidenham, Bucks, and Buried at Farnham. 
Harriotte Wakeham, Daughter of N. &: H. Wakeham, was Born on 

Monday, September y e nth, 1758, about 10 o Clock in the Morning. 

Bapt. October 1st. 
Charles Wakeham, born April 10, 1760, Thursday after Easter, at 

3 o Clock in the Morning. Bapt. May 5. 
Henry Wakeham, born on Sunday, February y e 27, 1763, about Seven 

in the Morning. Publickly Bapt. May 12. 
Perryman Wakeham, born on Sunday, August y e 12, 1764, about 

7 o Clock in the Afternoon. Bapt. Sept. 18. 
Mary Wakeham, born on Thursday, October 31, 1765, about 10 of the 

Clock at Night. Bapt. Nov. 26. 
Ann Frances Wakeham, born on Monday, nth of January, 1768, 

between 7 & 8 in the Evening. Bapt. Feb. 18, 1768. 

From a folio copy in hoo volumes, in my possession, of ' M A New 
History of the Holy Bible," by Rev. Thomas Utac/chouse, 
A.M., Vicar of Beenham, in Berkshire, 1742. — F. A. C. 



Le Strange Family. 



1669. May 4. Mr. Hamond Le Strange, of Pakenham, Suffolk, and 
Mrs. Barbara Bullocke, of this parish. 

1725. June 25. Samuel L'estrange, of Spexhall, Suffolk, single, and 
Martha Knott, of St. Giles, single. 

Registers of St. Gregory's Church, Norwich. 



Hunsley Family. 

HERE LVETH MATTHEW HVNSLEY, GENT, LATE 
OF THIS PARISH BEING ABSENT FROM »YE 
BODY BVT PRESENT W TH THE LORD, HIS DAYES 
WERE NOT LONG YET HIS LIFE WAS NOT SHORT 
FOR HE HAD WHAT HE SOVGHT GODLY FERE 
& TRVE FAYTH & NOW RESTS IN HOPE OF A IOY 
FVLL RESVRRECTION HAVING FINISHED HIS 
COVRSE IN MVCH PATIENCE & PEACE IN THE 
35 YERE OF HIS AGE ON THE 1 2 OF DECEMB 
AN. DOM. 1 618 IN TESTIMONY WHERE OF 
ELIZABETH HIS DERE WIFE HATH SET HERE 
THIS SAD & DVRABLE REMEMBRANCE. 

Inscription on brass in Norwood Church, Middlesex ; from a rubbing 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Awsiter Family. 

HERE LVETH THE BODY OF FRANCIS AWSITER, 
ESQVIER, AGED 67 YEARES HEE HAD TO WIFE 
FRANCES HORSEMAN THE DAVGHTER OF 
LARANCE HORSEMAN, ESQVIER, BY WHOME 
HEE HAD YSSVE RICHARD ELIZABETH MARY 
ANNE AND REBECKA HEE DECEASED THE IO™ 
DAY OF MARCH, 1 624. 

HIS SOVLE ASCENDED IS 
HIS BODY HERE REMAYNES 
THE CHVRCH ENIOYES HIS COSTES 
THE PARISHE HAD HIS PAYNES. 

Inscription on brass in Norwood Church, Middlesex ; from a rubbing 
in my possession. — F. A. C. 

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Tyson Family. 



To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Isaac 
Heard, Knight Garter Principal King of Amies, George Harrison, 
Esquire, Clarenceux King of Amies, and Ralph Bigland, Esquire, 
Norroy King of Amies send greeting. Whereas John Tyson, Esquire, 
Clerk of the Survey in His Majesty's Dock Yard Woolwich Son of 
Thomas Tyson, of Seathwaite in the County of Cumberland deceased 
hath represented unto the Most Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk Earl 
Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England that upon Examining the 
Records of the College of Arms he finds the Armorial Ensigns used by 
the Family recorded with the Pedigree of Tyson in the Visitation of 
London made in 1687 but from the circumstance of there having been 
no Record in the College of Arms for that Family since the above 
Period, he is unable to prove a regular descent from the same, He 
therefore requested the favor of his Graces Warrant for our Granting 
and assigning such distinctions in the said Armorial Ensigns as may be 
proper to be borne by him and his Descendants and the Descendants of 
his said late Father according to the Laws of Arms until he shall have 
proved his Descent from the above Family, And forasmuch as his Grace 
did by Warrant under his hand and Seal bearing date the seventh day 
of April last authorize and direct us to Grant and assign such Armorial 
Ensigns accordingly. Know Ye therefore that we the said Garter, 
Clarenceux and Norroy in pursuance of the consent of the said Earl 
Marshal and by virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Offices to 
each of us respectively granted have devised and do by these Presents 
Grant Exemplify and Confirm to the said John Tyson the Arms follow- 
ing that is to say Per Cheveron Gules and Vert the last gutte de l'eau ; 
three Lions rampant Erminois ducally crowned Argent, And for the 
Crest on a Wreath of the Colours a Sinister Arm embowed vested Or 
bearing an antique Shield lined per Cheveron Gules and Vert the last 
Gutte de l'eau ; the Straps of the Shield Argent as the same are in the 
Margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever 
hereafter by him the said John Tyson and his Descendants and by those 
of his said late Father Thomas Tyson deceased with due and proper 
differences according to the Laws of Arms, In witness whereof We the 
said Garter Clarenceux and Norroy Kings of Arms have to these 
Presents subscribed our Names and affixed the Seals of our Several 
Offices this fourth day of May in the Forty third Year of the Reign of 
our Sovereign Lord George the third by the Grace of God of the united 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c. 
and in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and three. 

Isaac Heard, George Harrison, Ralph Bigland, 

Garter, Principal Clarenceux King of Norroy King of 

King of Armes. Amies. Armes. 



From the original Grant in my possession, endorsed : " Recorded in 
the College of Arms, London, and Examined therewith this 
Fourth day of May, 1S03, George Harrison, Clarenceux and 
Register." — F. A. C. 

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Lucas Family. 



VNDER THIS 
MARBLE LY THE 
BODIES OF THE 
TWO MOST VALI 
ANT CAPTAINS 
S R CHARLES 
LVCAS AND S R 
GEORGE LISLE 
KNIGHTS, WHO 
FOR THEIR EMI 
NENT LOYALTY 
TO THEIR SOVE 
RAIN WERE ON 
THE 28™. DAY OF AV 
GVST, 1648, BY THE 
COMMAND OF S R 

THOMAS FAIR 
FAX, THEN GENE 
RAL OF THE PAR 
I.IAMENT ARMY, IN 
COLD BLOVD BARBA 
ROVSLY MVRDERD. 

On a Flat Stone in North Aisle, 



MEMORIZE SACRVM 
NOBILISSIMI D m 
IOHANNIS D N1 LVCAS 
BARON1S DE SHENFIEL" 
QVI OBIJT 2° DIE 1VLY 
1671. /ETATIS SWE 65. 

On a Lead Coffin in vault beneath Chancel. 



THIS COPHIN INCLOSES 
THE BODY OF THE RIGHT 
hon ble TH£ LADY ANNE 
LVCAS, WHO DYED ON THE 
22 th DAY OF AVGVST IN 
THE YEARE 1660. 

On a Coffin in vault beneath Chancel. 

Inscriptions in St. Giles' Church, Colchester ; from a volume in my 
possession, containing copies of all the Inscriptions at this Church. 
— F.A.C. 

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Sandcroft Family. 



A Coppy of my Cozen Sandcrofts will. 

I, Thomas Sandcroft, of Sylam, in y e County of Suff., yeoman, this 
sixth day of Novemb : in the yeare of o r Lord God, 1676, doe make & 
ordaine this to bee my last will & Testament touching such temporall 
estate which the Lord hath beene pleased to lend & intrust mee withal! 
in manner & forme following. Inprimis : I give & bequeath unto my 
deare wife, the full summe of sixty pounds of lawfull money of England, 
to bee paid unto her by my Executor within six months after my decease 
& I will that my Executor shall from the time of my decease pay her 
rent for y e said sixty pounds after the rate of 5 pounds p. Cent, untill 
the said six months bee expired : Item I further give unto my deare 
wife the time of her naturall life & not otherwise, those two roomes in 
my house, being the parlor, & the parlor chamber which is part of the 
house I lately bought of Daniel Lock, which was in the occupation of 
Tho : Pully sometime past, w th all commodityes <Sc necessaryes, as to 
get wood in the yard, and liberty to fetch water out of the Ditch in the 
yard, with the forepart of y e yard even w tu the house Item : I further 
give unto my wife so many Goods & household stuffe as shall bee to the 
value of twenty pounds bee it more or lesse, according to the note or 
schedule delivered to her under my hand, or of any goods yt shall bee 
chosen by her : Item : I give & bequeath unto John Greene of Sylam 
my kinsman, his Executors, or Assignes all the remainer of my 
Tenement which I bought of Daniel Lock first & last w th all the yards, 
hopland, & hempland thereunto belonging, w th the appurtenances 
thereof, w th a little pightle containing an acre of ground more or lesse, 
to enjoy immediately after my decease, & after my wives decease to 
enjoy the said roomes bequeathed unto her : Item I give &: bequeath to 
my brother John Sandcroft the summe of Twenty Shillings, & one 
suit of Apparrel to bee paid him at the discretion of my Executor : 
Item I give unto Benjamin Sandcroft my nephew the summe of Twenty 
shillings : And the remainder of my wearing Apparrel to bee divided & 
paid at the discretion of my Executor : Item I give unto M r Buckmaster 
twenty shillings : I give to M r Starke of Wingfield twenty shillings and 
after the payment of my debts, the defraying of my funerall Charges, & 
clearing all other Expences & charges my Executor shall bee at by reason 
of the said Executorship, I give unto my said kinsman John Greenes 
children of Sylam, after the Apprizing of them all the goods remaining, 
that are not otherwise disposed of in this my will, namely the remainder 
of the houshold stuffe within doores, & all the Goods without doores, 
& all the money that remaine due to mee I give to bee eqally divided 
among the aforesaid John Greenes Children by my Executor at the age 
of one & twenty yeares old each of them, & what money or profit is 
raised untill they come to their severall ages of one & twenty yeares 
old, I will that my Executor pay unto my kinsman John Greene of 
Sylam, their father, towards their bringing up. And lastly I doe make 
& appoint and request my loving & much respected kinsman M r John 
Greene, of Tunstead, my sole Executor of this my last will & Testament, 
& for his love & paines to bee taken therein, I give & bequeath unto 
him the summe of six pounds : And in farther confirmation of this my 
last will & Testament, <S: that all other former wills made by mee are 

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revoked & made void, I have to this my last will set to my hand & seale 
the day & yeare first above written, ffarther I give & bequeath unto 
Benjamin Sandcrofts children the summe of Twenty pounds to bee 
equally divided at the age of one & twenty yeares old, & every yeare 
to bee paid once at the end of the yeare by my Executor twenty 
shillings, towards the Apparrelling of them till they come of age : 

Thomas Sandcroft. 



Published & declared to bee the last will & Testament 
of the said Thomas Sandcroft in y e presence of 
Joseph Hall, Mary Hall, Robt. Shepheard. 

The names of John Greenes children. 

1. Sarah Green, of Sileham. 

2. Martha, the wife of Tho. Green, of Wingfeild. 

3. Esther, the wife of William Doe, of Pulham market, in Norff. 

4. Anne Green, of Sileham. 

5. Thomas Green, of Rusall, in Norff. 

6. Samuell Green, of Sileham. 

7. Elizabeth Green, of Sileham. 

8. Philip Green, of little Thorp, in Norff. 

9. Beniamin Green, of Sileham. 
to. Mary Green, of Sileham. 

From an old copy in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Smyth Family. 

Grant from John Smyth, of Bishopwood Green, in parish of Much 
Dunmow, co. Essex, the elder, to Thomas Smyth, his youngest son, of 
two crofts of arable land which were bequeathed to said John Smyth by 
his father, John Smyth, deceased, being in Much Dunmow. Deed 
dated 10 July, 1645. 

Signature of John Smyth on fold. Witnesses, Jo : Stock and others. 

John Smyth, deceased=j= 
before 10 July, 1645. | 



John Smyth, of Bishop-=j= 
wood Green, Much 
Dunmow, co. Essex, 
living 10 July, 1645. 



Thomas Smyth, youngest 
son, living 10 July, 1645. 



Munimenta Antiqua, Essex, Vol. i,fo. series, No. 16. 
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Canning Family. 

To all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Ralph 
Bigland Knight Garter Principal King of Arms sendeth Greeting. 
Whereas His late Majesty King George the Fourth in consideration of 
the Great Merit, Prudence Generosity and Loyalty of the Right 
Honourable Sir Stratford Canning late His Majesty's Ambassador 
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Sublime Ottoman 
Porte was graciously pleased to constitute him to be a Knight Grand 
Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath. And whereas by a 
Statute of the said Order it is decreed that the Knights Companions for 
their greater distinction and honor shall upon all occasions bear and use 
Supporters to their Arms, and that Garter Principal King of Arms for 
the time being shall grant Supporters to such Companions as may not 
be entitled thereto by Virtue of their Peerage. And His late Majesty 
King George the Third having been further graciously pleased to ordain 
the Knights Grand Crosses shall hold and enjoy all and singular the 
Rights Privileges Immunities and Advantages which the Knights 
Companions of the said Order have heretofore held and enjoyed by 
Virtue of the Statutes thereof. Know Ye therefore that I the said 
Garter pursuant to the said decree and ordinance have granted and by 
these Presents do grant and assign unto the said Sir Stratford Canning 
Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath the 
Supporters following that is to say On either side a Lion proper gorged 
with a Collar Or therefrom pendent an Escocheon Argent charged with 
three Trefoils slipped Vert as the same are in the Margin hereof more 
plainly depicted to be borne and used by the said Sir Stratford Canning 
according to the Tenour of the aforesaid Statute and Ordinance And 
I do hereby Certify that pursuant to the direction of the Most Noble 
Bernard-Edward Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal 
of England One of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council I 
have caused this Grant to be registered in the College of Arms. In 
Witness whereof I the said Garter Principal King of Arms have to these 
Presents subscribed my Name and affixed the Seal of my Office this 
Twenty fourth day of January in the Third Year of the Reign of Our 
Sovereign Lord William the Fourth by the Grace of God of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c. 
and in the Year of our Lord One thousand Eight hundred and thirty 
three. 

Ralph Bigland, 

Garter. 

From the original Grant in my possession, endorsed: " Recorded in 
the College of Arms, London, this First day of February, 1833, 
Chas. Geo. Young, York Herald & Register." — F. A. C. 



END OK VOL. I. 



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Sinner. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Abell. 

Joyce, 10. 

Mary, 10. 

Ralph, 10. 
Aggas. 

Rev. Thomas, 4. 
Aldouse. 

William, 35. 
Aldridge. 

Charles, 39. 

Elizabeth, 39. 

John, 39. 

Margaret, 39. 

Mary, 39- 

Richard, 39. 

Sarah, 39. 

Susannah, 39. 

Thomas, 39. 
Aldryche. 

Richard, 46. 

Robert, 46. 
Alexander. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

Rev. John, 16. 

John, 36.' 

Thomas, 12, 36. 
Alington. 

Giles, 15. 

John, 15. 

William, 15. 
Allen. 

Rev. Thomas, 16. 
Alsop. 

Rev. Josiah, 4. 
Anton. 

George, 40. 
Argentein. 

John, 15. 

Margaret, 15. 
Ashenhurst. 

Rodolphus, 24. 
Aslack. 

Margery, 15. 

Walter, 15. 
Atmer. 

Dorothy, 45. 
Audley. 

Ann, 58. 



Audley — continued. 

Elizabeth, 58. 

James, 58. 

Jane, 58. 

Lucy, 58. 

Rev. Peter, 5. 

Phill* 58. 

Thomas, 58. 
Autres. 

Richard, 15. 
Awsiter. 

Ann, 59. 

Elizabeth, 59. 

Frances, 59. 

Francis, 59. 

Mary, 59. 

Rebecca, 59. 

Richard, 59. 



Bacon. 

Anne, 42, 43. 
Barbara, 42. 
Dorothy, 42. 
Edward, 46. 
Elizabeth, 42, 43, 46. 
Frances, 42, 43. 
Francis, 42, 43. 
Helen, 46. 
Henry, 42. 
James, 42. 
Jane, 42, 43. 
John, 42. 
John Rix, 43. 
Leonard, 43. 
Margaret, 42. 
Mary, 42, 43. 
Nathaniel, 12, 46. 
Nicholas, 42, 43. 
Peter, 42. 
Rhoda, 42. 
Robert, 42. 
Sarah, 43. 
Stephen, 54^ 
Susan, 42. 
Rev. Thomas, 14. 
Thomas, 42, 43. 
William, 42, 43. 



Badding. 

Andrew, 15. 
Baker. 

Mary, 9. 
Baldwin. 

Rebecca, 53. 

Robert, 53. 
Ballis. 

Rev. Samuel, 14. 
Bankes. 

Rev. William, 14. 
Bannam. 

Margaret, 38. 
Barker. 

Lady Penelope, 36. 

Robert, 16. 

Sir Thomas, 36. 

William, 36. 

Rev. William Bell, 16. 
Barnardiston. 

Arthur, 14. 

Samuel, 14. 
Barnes. 

Elizabeth, 45. 
Barney. 

Anne, 34. 

John, 25, 34. 
Bastwick. 

Stephen, 15. 
Bateman. 

William, 35. 
Batson. 

Hannah, 49. 

William, 49. 
Baxter. 

Rev. William, 13. 
Beamond. 

Rev. John, 16. 
Beart. 

Philip, 44. 
Beauchamp. 

Elinor, 22. 

Richard, Earl of Warwick, 
22. 

Beddingfield. 

Rev. Thomas, 15. 
Bedford. 

Jasper, Duke of, 22. 

Mary, Duchess of, 22. 

Bell. 

Alice, 57. 

Robert, 57. 
Bence. 

Robert, 12, 13. 
Benett. 

Frances, 40. 

Leonard, 40. 

Mary, 40. 

Sir Robert, 40. 

William, 40. 
Bennett. 

Mary, 6. 
Bentley. 

Rev. S., 47. 
Bigland. 

Ralph, Norroy, 60, 64. 



Bird. 

Elizabeth, 9. 

John, 8. 

Mary, 8, 10. 

Peter, 10. 

Thomas, 8, 10. 
Biskele. 

Lady Clementia de, 15. 

Richard de, 15. 
Blankley. 

Francis, 9. 

Hellen, 9. 
Blevin. 

Rev. Thomas, 4. 
Blontesham. 

Rev. John, 3. 
Bloss. 

Elizabeth, 6. 

Richard, 6. 
Boldero. 

George, 52, 54. 
Bolton. 

Rev. Thomas, 17. 
Borrett. 

Giles, 35. 

John, 35. 

Thomas, 35. 
Boston. 

Edward, 34. 

Mary, 34. 

Rev. William, 3. 

See Irby. 
Botyld. 

John, 15. 
Bourchier. 

Anna, 2. 

Dorothy, 2. 

Thomas, 2. 
Bowles. 

Elizabeth, 50. 

Thomas, 50. 
Bozoun. 

Thomas, 40. 
Bradfield. 

Edward, 52. 
Bradie. 

Rev. John, 14. 
Brand. 

John, 35. 
Branthwait. 

Anne, 42. 

Arthur, 42. 
Braunford. 

Rev. Robert, 13. 
Brcttenham. 

John de, 3. 
Brewster. 

John, 44. 

Thomasine, 44. 
Bridbrook. 

Rev. John, 3. 
Bridon. 

Jasper, 35. 
Bright. 

k Henry, 51. 

Katherine, 51. 



Bright — continued. 

Martha, 51. 

Mary, 51. 

Robert, 51. 

Thomas, 27, 51. 

William, 27, 51. 
Brinkhill. 

Rev. John, 13. 
Bristol. 

See Hervey. 
Britiffe. 

Robert, 27. 
Brocas. 

Harriot, 25. 
Bronelow. 

Anna, 2. 

Bernard Martin, 2. 
Brooke. 

William, 36. 
Brookes. 

Rev. Matthew, 4. 
Brown. 

Arthur, 9. 

Dorothy, 8. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

Rev. John, 3, 5. 

John, 8-10. 

Mary, 8, 9. 

Matthew, 38. 

Mercy, 8. 

Thomas, 8, 9. 

Rev. William, 5. 

William, 8. 
Brynte. 

John, 43. 
Buckingham. 

Henry, Duke of, 22. 

Mary, Duchess of, 22, 
Buckmaster. 

, 62. 

Buckworth. 

Theo., 18. 
Buggs. 

Edward, 50. 

Elizabeth, 50. 

Richard, 50. 

Dr. Samuel, 2. 

Vaughan, 50. 

Bull. 

Alban, 26. 
Bullen. 

Rev. John, 14. 
Bullock. 

Barbara, 59. 
Bulstrode. 

Henry, 18. 

Mary, 18. 

Thomas, 18. 
Burgh. 

Rev. Thomas, 4. 
Burston. 

Joan, 29. 
Burton. 

Edward, 9. 

Elizabeth, 9. 



Butler. 

Richard, 26. 
Butterfield. 

Thomas, 28. 
Bysshe. 

Sir Edward, Clarenceux, 57. 

Caldwell. 

Mary, 26. 
Calver. 

Rev. Anthony, 5. 
Camden. 

William, Clarenceux, 56. 
Canning. 

Rev. Richard, 14. 

Sir Stratford, 64. 
Carew. 

Micha, 23. 
Carter. 

Rev. John, 16. 
Cartwright. 

John, 36. 
Carver. 

Thomas, 35. 
Cary. 

Agnes, 23. 

Lady Alice, 23. 

Lady Christian, 23. 

Elinor, 23. 

Lady Elizabeth, 23. 

Lady Jane, 21. 

Sir John, 21. 

John, 33. 

Mary, 23. 

Sir Philip, 23. 

Sir Robert, 21. 

Robert, 23. 

Thomas, 23. 

Sir William, 23. 
Castlemaine. 

Barbara, Countess of, 19. 

Roger, Earl of, 19. 
Caton. 

John, 40. 
Chamberleyn. 

Rev. Thomas, 15. 
Chapman. 

Rev. R., 16, 17. 
Charles II., 19. 
Chatreys. 

Rev. John, 13. 
Cherton. 

Daniel, 7. 

Mary, 7. 
Chute. 

William, 25. 
Clare. 

Geoffrey de, 3. 
Clark. 

Elizabeth, 2, 8, 9, 42. 

Isabel, 8, 9. 

Steven, 8, 9. 

William, 9. 
Clayton. 

Sir Robert, 32. 

William, 32- 

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Clerke. 

Rev. Peter, 16. 
Cley. 

Rev. Hugh, 15. 
Cleydon. 

Rev. John, 15. 
Clopton. 

Walter, 31. 
Clowting. 

Henry, 35. 
Coates. 

Rev. Christopher, 31. 
Cobham. 

Ralph de, 50. 
Cock, or Coke. 

Rev. John, 3, 5. 
Cole. 

Thomas, 15. 

Rev. William, 4. 
Colepeper. 

Anne, 48. 

John, 48. 
Collett. 

Rev. Anthony, 57. 

Anthony, 57. 

Philologus, 57. 

Samuel, 57. 
Colman. 

Joseph, 26. 

Martha, 26. 

Nathaniel, 26. 

Rev. Samuel Summers, 16. 
Colt. 

George, 17. 
Comport. 

Anne, 29. 



Cox. 

Edward, 41. 

Elizabeth, 2S. 

James, 28. 

Jane, 41. 

John, 2S. 

Katherine, 41. 

Lawrence, 41. 

Margaret, 41. 

Richard, 41. 
Crampton. 

William, 6. 
Crane. 

Margaret, 31. 

Robert, 12, 31. 
Crapnell. 

Rev. John, 16. 
Craven. 

Roger de, 15. 
Crawley. 

Anne, 31. 

Richard, 31. 
Crawtree. 

Rev. John, 5. 
Crokedehok. 

Guido de, 15. 
Crosby. 

Anne, 10. 

John, 10. 
Cuddon. 

Anne, 34. 

Elizabeth, 34. 

Francis, 34. 

Mary, 34. 

Robert, 34. 

William, 34. 



Edward, 29. 




Dacke. 


Joan, 29. 




Rev. William, 3. 


Richard, 29. 




Dacres. 


Coningsburgh. 




Elizabeth, 55. 


Rev. Edward, 




Henry, 55. 


Connor. 




Dale. 


Rev. John, 4. 




Rev. John, 5. 


Constable. 




Dan. 


, 24. 




John, 9. 


Conway. 




Mary, 9. 


Rev. Edward, 


4- 


Danvers. 


Coo. 




Elizabeth, 9. 


Thomas, 38. 




Dauling. 


William, 38. 




John, 30. 
Ralph, 30. 


, 38- 




Cook. 




Thomas, 30. 


Benjamin, 10. 




Davies. 


John, 10. 
Joseph, 10. 




Rev. David, 16. 




Davis. 


Whebony, 10. 




John, 32. 


Whibery, 10. 




Dawe. 


Cooper. 




Charles, 27. 


Rev. Thomas, 


17. 


Day. 


See Ilamond. 




Rev. Charles, 14, 


Copping. 




Jane, 42. 


Edmund, 54. 




Robert, 42. 


Cowper. 




See Rayner. 


William, Clcr 


< of the Parliaments! 


Dely. 


58. 




Margaret, 43. 



70 



Devereux. 

Walter, 1 6. 
Devonshire. 

Margaret, daughter of Thomas, 
of, 22. 
Dickinson. 

Rev. Willoughby Willey, 17. 

Doe. 

Esther, 63. 

William, 54, 63. 
Dolby. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

William, 10. 
Dore. 

Edward, 9, 10. 

Mary, 9. 
Dormer. 

Richard, 32. 
Douthwaite. 

Rev. Cuthbert, 14. 
Downe. 

Lucy, Countess of, 33. 

Thomas, Earl of, 33. 
Downes. 

Dudley, 27. 
Dowsing. 

John, 38. 
Doyly. 

Rev. James, 4. 
Draw. 

Jane, II. 

W., 11. 
Dryden. 

John, 18. 
Dubston, or Dunston. 

Rev. William, 15. 
Dudley. 

Lady Amy, 18. 

Lord Robert, 18. 
Dugdale. 

William, Norroy, 32. 
Duncombe. 

Edward, 28. 

Joane, 28. 

Sir John, 35. 

John, 28. 

William, 28. 
Dunning. 

Rev. Richard, 4. 
Dutton. 

John, 33. 

Lucy, 33. 

Eade. 

Rev. John, 16. 
Echard. 

Rev. Lawrence, 4, 16. 
Edenstow. 

Henry de, 3. 
Edge. 

Andrew, 14. 

Rev. John, 14. 

Rev. Peter, 14. 
Edward III., 20. 
Edwards. 

Thomas, 18. 



Earl 



Elbrum. 

William, 26. 
Ellis. 

Anne, 29. 

John, 29. 
Elmy. 

Robert, 56. 
Elstob. 

Rev. William, 2. 
Elton. 

Lawrence, 55. 
Emmerson. 

Elizabeth, 36. 
Essington. 

Thomas, 14. 
Evans. 

Rev. Edmund, 16. 



Fairfax. 

Sir Thomas, 61. 
Fairhead. 

Rev. John, 3. 
Farr. 

Georgiana, 41. 
Fellowe. 

Elizabeth, 28. 
Fenn. 

Rev. George, 13. 

Rev. Joseph, 16. 

, 41. 

Ferrour. 

Thomas, 38. 
Ffloyd. 

Eben-Ezer, 19. 

John, 19. 
Fielding. 

Alric, 9. 

John, 9. 
Finch. 

Francis, 17. 
Fisher. 

William, 38. 
Fiske. 

Edward, 51. 

John, 52. 

Martha, 51. 

William, 51. 
Fletcher. 

Rev. Richard, 16. 

Thomas, 35. 
Forster. 

Rev. Dr. Samuel, 14. 

Fox. 

John, 35. 

Joseph, 35. 

Simon, 35. 

Thomas, 35. 
Franklyn. 

Richard, 24. 
Freeman. 

Rev. John Major, 17. 
French. 

Daniel, 26. 

Thomas, 26. 



71 



Fulford. 

Alice, 23. 

Sir William, 23. 
Fyson. 

Robert, 27. 
Fytch. 

Alice, 29. 

Lady Anne, 29. 

Anne, 29. 

Sir Comport, 29. 

Sir Thomas, 29. 

William, 29. 

Gait. 

Rev. John, 15. 
Gardiner. 

Lady Frances, 25. 

Sir James Whalley Smythe, 25 

John, 40. 
Garles. 

Rev. Peter, 13. 
Garneys. 

Charles, 16. 

Rev. Richmond, 16. 
Gaunt. 

John, Duke of Lancaster, 20. 

Katherine, 20. 
George. 

Son of Charles II., 19. 
Gibb. 

John, 13. 

Peter, 13. 

Rev. Robert, 13. 

Rev. William, 13. 
Gilbert. 

Ann, 9. 

Mary, 9. 

Robert, 9. 
Gillingham. 

Charles, 7. 

Elizabeth, 7. 

Mary, 6, 7. 

Samuel, 6, 7. 

Sarah, 7. 

Thomas, 7. 
Glover. 

Thomas, 10. 
Godbold. 

Anne, 52. 

Mary, 52. 

Simon, 52. 
Godfrey. 

Daniel, 6. 
Godolphin. 

William, 55. 
Goldsmyth. 

Francis, 34. 

Joane, 34. 
Gooch. 

Anne, 41. 

Elizabeth, 41. 

Frances, 41. 

Georgiana, 41. 

James, 41. 

John, 41. 

Matilda, 41. 



G ooch — con tin tied. 

Phebe, 41. 

Robert, 41. 

S., 41. 

Thomas, 41. 

William, 41. 
Goore. 

Rev. George, 5. 
Goulthorpe. 

John, 54. 
Green. 

Anne, 63. 

Benjamin, 63. 

Elizabeth, 63. 

Esther, 63. 

John, 53, 62, 63. 

Martha, 63. 

Mary, 53. 

Philip, 63. 

Samuel, 63. 

Sarah, 63. 

Thomas, 63. 
Greenwood. 

Rev. John, 5. 

Rowland, 33. 
Gregg. 

George, 40. 
Gregson. 

John, 36. 
Grey. 

Rev. John, 15. 
Grigg. 

Rev. Robert, 5. 
Gryme. 

Rev. Alexander, 
Gurgany. 

Rev. John, 19. 
Gurney. 

Rev. Thomas, 15 
Gustewyk. 

Rev. John, 3. 
Gwynne. 

Wilfred, 24. 
Gyle. 

William, 3S. 



Ilackett. 

Sir Andrew, 27. 

Rev. John, 27. 

Lisle, 27. 
Hainault. 

Philippa of, 20. 

William, Earl of, 
Haldene. 

Robert, 15. 
Hall. 

Ann, S, 9. 

Francis, 8, 9. 

Joseph, 63. 

Mary, 63. 

Sarah, 9. 
Ilamond. 

John, 55. 
Ilamond, alias Coopc 

Jonathan, 54. 

72 



Hannant. 

Elizabeth, 42. 
Hare. 

Eli, 35- 

Lady Elizabeth, 35. 

Sir Ralph, 35. 
Harman. 

Rev. Thomas, 5. 
Harris. 

Ellen, 9. 

James, 9. 

William, 9. 
Harrison. 

George, Clarenceux, 60. 
Harvey. 

Anne, 34. 

George, 34. 

Mary, 34. 
Hastings. 

Alice, 40. 
Havill. 

Rev. George, 14. 
Hawke. 

Adam, 15. 
Hawkins. 

Agnes Wilmington, 47. 

Arthur Sidney, 48. 

Charles Sidney, 47, 48. 

Charles John Sidney, 47, 48. 

Emily, 47. 

Emily Louisa, 47. 

Emily Thomasine, 47. 

Ethel Roselte Frances, 48. 

Henry Ashurst, 47, 48. 

John Sidney, 47. 

Mary Katherine Sidney, 47. 

Sidney Barrington Robson, 47. 

Thomasine, 47, 48. 
Hawtrey. 

Charles, 1. 

Ralph, 1. 

William, I. 
Heard. 

Sir Isaac, Garter, 60. 
Hearle. 

Elizabeth, 23. 

Jane, 23. 

John, 21, 23. 

Mary, 23. 

Maud, 21. 

Thomas, 23. 
Henden. 

Sir John, 6. 
Henrietta Maria, Queen, 19. 
Henry VII., 22. 
Herbert. 

Hannah, 49. 

Peregrine, 49. 
Hervey. 

Frederick, Marquis of Bristol, 17. 
Frederick William, Earl of Bristol, 
14. 

Frederick William, Marquis of Bris- 
tol, 14, 17. 



Hervey — continued, 

Frederick William John, Marquis of 
Bristol, 17. 

George William, Earl of Bristol, 17. 
Hessel. 

Mary, 9. 
Hester. 

Robert, 28. 
Hewes. 

John, 8. 

Mary, 8. 

Thomas, 8. 
Hewitt. 

William, 14. 
Hick. 

Rebecca, 8. 

Richard, 8. 

Hill. 

George, 33, 40. 

Rev. Robert, 13. 

Rev. Thomas Smyth, 38. 
Hilliard. 

James, 33. 
Hind. 

Henry, 10. 
Hitch. 

Rev. Edmund, 13. 
Hobart. 

Henry, 15, 16. 

James, 16, 52. 
Hobson. 

William, 58. 
Hochmer. 

Rev. Richard, 13. 
Hodder. 

Agnes, 23. 

Sir John, 23. 
Hoden. 

Ann, 9. 

Elnor, 8-10. 

George, 8-10. 
Hodgskin. 

Rev. William, 16. 
Hodgson. 

Rev. Christopher, 17. 
Hokeford. 

Jane, 21. 
Hokyr. 

Rev. John, 15. 
Holbech. 

Ambrose, 26. 
Holland. 

Alice, 22. 

Anne, Duchess of Kent, 20. 
Bridget, 22. 
Edmond, 22. 
Elizabeth, 22. 
John, 22. 
Margaret, 22. 
Thomas, Earl of Kent, 20. 
Thomas, 22. 
Hollery, or Hollerly. 
Anne, 10. 
Elizabeth, 10. 
Elnor, 10. 
John, 10. 



Holmes. 

Anne, 31. 

Elizabeth, 31. 

Jane, 31. 
Holstock. 

Mary, 49. 

William, 49. 
Hook, or Hooke. 

Alice, 10. 

Rev. Theophilus, 4. 
Hooper. 

Rev. Dr. Francis, 4. 
Horseman. 

Frances, 59. 

Lawrence, 59. 
Hortnell. 

Thomas, 28. 
Hotheson. 

Rev. John, 5. 
Houchen. 

Rev. Edward, 17. 
Howard. 

Ann, 53. 

Ealy, 53. 

Edward, 53. 

Elizabeth, 53. 

Frances, 53. 

Gregory, 53. 

Henry, 53. 

John, 53. 

Liene, 53. 

Margaret, 53- 

Martha, 53. 

Mary, 53. 

Modesty, 53. 

Rebecca, 53. 

Richard, 53- 

Robert, 53. 

Sarah, 53. 

Susan, 53. 

Thomas, S3- 
Ilubberd. 

Margaret, 15. 
Hume. 

Rev. Alexander, 14. 
Hunsley. 

Elizabeth, 59. 

Matthew, 59. 
Hykedy. 

Rev. Robert, 3. 

Irby. 

F. W., 16. 

George, Lord Boston, 16. 

Rev. Thomas William, 16. 
Irving. 

Edward, 8. 

Elizabeth, 8. 

Gavin, 8. 

John Lowtber, 8. 

Mary, 8. 
Jackson. 

Rev. Francis, 4. 

Rev. Thomas, 8. 
Jenkinson. 

Rev. John Simon, 4, 5. 



Jennings. 

Mary, 24. 
Jermy. 

Francis, 13. 

John, 13. 

Thomas, 14. 
Jocelyn. 

E., 30. 
Johnson. 

Rev. John, 3. 

Stephen, 1. 
Jolly. 

W illiam, 40. 
Jones. 

Rev. Gibbon, 4. 

Rev. , 48. 

Jonson. 

Catherine, IO. 

John, 10. 
Jordan. 

Nathaniel, 54. 
Joslyne. 

Geoffrey, 53. 

Johanna, 53. 

Katherine, 53. 
Jouret. 

Elizabeth, 37. 

Esther, 37. 

Henry, 37. 

Isaac, 37. 

John, 37. 

William, 37. 
• William Henry, 37. 

Kegill. 

Rev. Roger, 3. 
Kellow. 

John, 35. 
Kempsall. 

Christopher, 49. 

Dorothy, 49. 

Edward, 49. 

Frances, 49. 

George, 49. 

Hannah, 49. 

John, 49. 

Mary, 49. 

Peter, 49. 

Ursula, 49. 
Kench. 

William, 26. 
Kent. 

John, 44. 
Kernere. 

Rev. Robert, 13. 
Kilvert. 

George, 24. 
King. 

L'dmund, 26. 

Mary, IO. 

Thomas, 10. 
Knott. 

Martha, 59. 



Lane. 



Dorothy, 30. 



Lane — continued. 

Lionel, 30. 

Mary, 30. 
Langham. 

George, 27. 
Langley. 

Anne, 54. 

Joane, 54. 

Thomas, 54. 
Langridge. 

Rev. John, 5. 
Lasinby. 

Richard, 40. 
Latham. 

Grace, 48. 

William, 48. 
Law. 

Stephen, 4. 
Layton. 

Rev. William, 17. 

Lee. 

Lady Elizabeth, 33. 

Sir Francis Henry, 33. 
Lefabuer. 

Susanna, 42. 
Leigh. 

Frances, 49. 

John, 49. 
Lelam. 

Edward, 27. 
Le Strange. 

Barbara, 59. 

Hamond, 52, 59. 

Martha, 59. 

Samuel, 59. 
Lewes. 

Lady Elizabeth, 22. 

Sir Humphrey, 22. 
Lew in. 

Joseph, 10. 

Mary, 10. 

Sarah, 10. 

Thomas, 10. 

William, 10. 
Light. 

Rev. Henry, 48. 
Lisle. 

Sir George, 61. 
Liston. 

Ann, 10. 

John, 10. 

Temperance, 10. 

William, 10. 
Lock. 

Daniel, 62. 

Henry, 35. 

William, 35. 
Locker. 

Stephen, 32. 
Lone. 

. 41- 

Long. 

Elizabeth, 42. 

Robert, 42. 
Lovett. 

Elizabeth, 9. 



Lovett — continued. 

John, 9. 
Lucas. 

Lady Anne, 61. 

Sir Charles, 61. 

Sir John, 61. 
Lucy. 

Sir Richard, 40. 
Lukin. 

Dorothy, 30. 

Robert, 30. 

William, 30. 
Luscomb. 

Bishop, 47. 
Lynne. 

Charles, Lord, 44. 

Mackenzie. 

Emily, 47. 
Macro. 

Rev. Dr. Cox, 44. 

Susan, 44. 

Thomas, 44. 
Maddison. 

Thomasine, 47, 48. 
Magor. 

Edmund, 52. 
Maidston. 

John, 12. 

Robert, 12. 
Man. 

Rev. Thomas, 5. 
Manby. 

Mary, 26. 

Thomas, 26. 
Marchant, alias Tyler. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

John, 36. 
Margaret. 

Lady, mother of Henry VII., 22. 
Marks. 

Thomas, 38. 
Marshall. 

Sarah, 45. 

Thomas, 45. 
Martin. 

Anne, 10. 

Mary, 10. 

Robert, 10. 
Marychurch. 

Rev. William Thomas, 5. 
Mason. 

Rev. Francis, 4. 

William, 52. 
Master. 

Rev. Streynsham, 25. 
Mather. 

Rev. Dr. John, President of Corpus 
Christi College, Oxford, 26. 
Mathew. 

Anne, 54. 

Thomas, 54- 
Mayhew. 

Thomas, 18. 
Maynard. 

Rev. John, 5. 



Maynwaring. 

1 2 - 

Mayo. 

Edward, 26. 
Mayson. 

Rev. Thomas, 5. 
Merik. 

Agnes, 37. 

Christopher, 37. 
Mileson. 

Borowdale, 27. 

Dorothy, 27. 

Richard, 27. 
Miller. 

Rev. Stanley, 17. 
Millet. 

Alan Hendre, 39. 

Anne, 39. 
Monk. 

Laurence, 15. 
Moore. 

Elizabeth, 39. 

John, 39. 

Sarah, 39. 
Morley. 

Mrs., 36. 
Morse. 

Rev. John, 15. 
Mosley. 

Ashton, 25. 

Frances, 25. 

Sir Oswald, 25. 
Mostyn. 

Sir Edward, 26. 



Nelson. 

Hannah, 38. 

Thomas, 38. 
Newce. 

Clement, 34. 

Joane, 34. 
Newman. 

Elizabeth, 30. 

John, 30. 
Nicholas. 

Rev. Nathaniel, 14. 
Nichols. 

Ann, 9. 

William, 9. 
Nobbes. 

Margaret, 53. 

Rev. Nathaniel, 53. 
Noke. 

Rev. Robert, 16. 
North. 

John, 32. 
Norton. 

Ellen, 2. 

Lady, 2. 
Norwich. 

Bishop of, 16, 17. 

Henry, Earl of, E.M., 32, 
Offord. 

Mary, 53. 

William, 53. 



Olliffe. 

William, 31. 
Orchard. 

Christian, 23. 
Orde. 

Erasmus, 27. 
Osborne. 

Rev. John, 3, 5. 

Rev. Thomas, 4. 
Owen. 

Robert, 38. 



Paget. 

Francis, 8. 
Palgrave. 

Ralph de, 3. 
Palmer. 

Isaiah, 33. 
Parker. 

Thomas Lister, 25. 
Parman. 

Elizabeth, 44. 

Robert, 44. 
Paston. 

Lady Tone, 22. 

Sir William, 22. 
Pawlett. 

Elizabeth, 23. 

Sir William, 23. 
Pearse. 

William, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 
19- 

Peart. 

Jane, 31. 

"John, 31. 
Peck. 

Robert, 54. 
Peerson. 

Rev. Richard, 3, 4. 
Pelse. 

Christiana, 55. 
Penruddock. 

Rev. Isaac, 47, 48. 
Tenson. 

William, Lancaster Herald, 49. 
Fercy. 

Rev. Robert, 5. 
Perpes. 

Edward, 38. 
Peterborough. 

Henry, Earl of, Dep. E. M., 32. 
Pettingal. 

Rev. M., 47. 
Pewtrace. 

John, 2S. 
Philippa. 

Queen of England, 20. 
Pigeon. 

Charles, 35. 
Piper. 

See Scaplehorne. 
Pitfidd. 

, 41. 

Pitt. 

G. M.j 4. 

6 



Playters. 

Elizabeth, 34. 

Lady, 41. 

Thomas, 40. 

Sir William, 40. 

William, 34. 
Plomer. 

Rev. John, 5. 
Plumer. 

John, 40. 
Plumm. 

Susan, 53. 
Poole. 

George, 6. 
Pope. 

Nicholas, 53. 

Sarah, 53. 
Portane. 

Christian, 23. 

James, 23. 
Porter. 

Ann, 8, 9. 

Henry, 9. 

Rev. Thomas, 15. 

Thomas, 8. 

William, 8, 9. 
Pratt. 

Ralph, 56. 
Preston. 

Rev. William, 14. 
Prettyman. 

Rev. Thomas, 16. 
Pretyman. 

Dr. George, Bishop of Lincoln, 4. 
Prevost. 

Rev. Thomas, 14. 
Prior. 

Elizabeth, 9, 10. 

Isabel, 9. 

Joseph, 9. 

Robert, 9, 10. 
Provert. 

Rev. Robert, 15. 
Pulham. 

John, 12. 

Martha, 53. 
Fully. 

Thomas, 62. 

Pye. 

Sir Walter, 17. 
Pyeshale. 

John de, 5. 

Rainberd. 

Elizabeth, 52. 

Lawrence, 52. 

Mary, 52. 
Randall. 

William Sancroft, 7. 

, 41. 

Rayner, alias Day. 

John, 31. 
Reade. 

Mary, 18. 

Sarah, 15. 

Thomas, 18. 



Reve. 

Richard, 27. 
Reynward. 

Rev. William, 5. 
Richerson. 

Edward, 45. 

Elizabeth, 45. 
Righall. 

Thomas, 28. 
Ringer. 

Mary, 7. 
Rivett. 

Tobias, 52. 
Robertson. 

Isaac, 44. 
Robinson. 

Anne, 29. 

Sir Lumley, 29. 
Robsart. 

Amy, 18. 
Robsin. 

Hammond, 38. 
Rochester. 

George, Bishop of, 17. 

Peter, Bishop of, 16. 

Walker, Bishop of, 16. 

Zachary, Bishop of, 16. 
Rollins. 

Abraham, 53. 

Modesty, 53. 
Rolt. 

Anne, 29. 

John, 29. 
Root. 

Katherine, 20. 

Sir Paine, 20. 
Rose. 

Edmund, 24. 

Henry, 24. 

Thomas, 24. 

William, 24. 
Rust. 

Frances, 53. 

Thomas, 53. 
Ryley. 

William, Norroy, 29. 
Ryves. 

Thomas, 14. 

St. George. 

Sir Henry, Richmond Herald, 49. 
Salterne. 

Rev. William, 5. 
Saltire. 

Elizabeth, 23. 
Sambrooke. 

Peter, 30. 
Sancroft, or Sandcroft. 

Anne, 6. 

Benjamin, 6, 62, 63. 
Elizabeth, 6. 
John, 6, 62. 
Martha, 6. 
Mary, 6. 
May, 6. 

Thomas, 62, 63. 



Sanders, or Saunders. 

Christopher, 1 1, 

John, ii. 

Katherine, I [. 

Mary, II. 
Scaplehorne, alias Piper. 

Elizabeth, II. 

John, io, ii. 

Katherine, II. 
Scott. 

Rev. Edward Maude, 5. 
Mary, 33. 
Seaman. 

Bridget, 45, 46. 
Christopher, 46. 
Dorothy, 45. 
Edmund, 45, 46. 
Elizabeth, 45, 46. 
Frammingham, 45, 46. 
Frances, 45, 46. 
Hannah, 46. 
Henry, 45, 46. 

Henry Frammingham, 45, 46. 
James, 45. 
Jane, 45. 

Lady Joanna, 45, 46. 
John, 45, 46. 
Margaret, 45. 
Mary, 45, 46. 

Sir Peter, Mayor of Norwich, 
Sheriff of Norfolk, 45, 46. 

Peter, 45. 

Rebecca, 45. 

Richard, 45. 

Robert, 45, 46. 

Roger, 46. 

Sarah, 45, 46. 

Susan, 45, 46. 

Thomas, 45, 46. 
Sedley. 

Anne, 48. 

John, 48. 
Selling. 

John, 15. 
Selwood. 

Ealy, 53. 
Serjeant. 

Richard, 17. 
Sewell. 

Elizabeth, 11. 

Joan, 11. 

John, 1 1. 

Mary, 11. 

Peter, 11. 
Seymour. 

Heniy, 27. 

Sir Joseph, 27. 
Shaw. 

Sir John, 14. 

John, 9. 

Mary, 9. 
Shedill. 

Rev. William, 13. 
Shelford. 

Rev. Henry, 3. 



High 



r8 



Sheming. 

Robert, 13. 
Shepheard. 

Robert, 63. 
Sherman. 

Rev. William, 14. 
Shisto. 

Elizabeth, 11. 
Thomas, U. 
Shower. 

Sir Bartholomew, I. 
Silver. 

Rev. Dr. Th., 47, 48. 
Simson. 

Elizabeth, 10. 
Ellen, 12. 
James, II. 
Katherine, 11. 
Mar)', 10, 12. 
Rev. William, 10, 12. 
Skelton. 

John, 24. 
Launcelot, 24. 
Matthias, 24. 
Rev. Robert, 24. 
Sloane. 

Hans, 25. 
Smear. 

Rev. Christopher, 4. 
Smith. 

Francis, II. 
Isabel, 9. 
Jane, 11. 
John, 11, 63. 
Katherine, II. 
Mary, II. 
Richard, II. 
Robert, 11. 
Thomas, 63. 
Ursula, 9. 
Snaith. 

Rev. Thomas, 15. 
Snell. 

Alderman, 2. 
Somerset. 

Edmund, Duke of, 22 
Elinor, Duchess of, 22. 
James, Earl of, 22. 
John, Earl of, 22. 
Margaret, Countess of, 22. 
Philip, Duke of, 22. 
Sotheby. 

John, 35. 
South. 

Ambrose, 10, 11. 
Amy, 1 1. 
Andrew, 11. 
Edward Percy, 50. 
Eleanor, 11. 
Francis, 1 1 . 
James, 10. 
John, 10, 11. 
Mary, 11. 
Speer. 

Rev. Walter, IS. 



Spencer. 

Alice, II. 

Lady Elinor, 22. 

Emily, II. 

Hugh, 11. 

John, 11. 

Mary, II. 

Sir Robert, 22. 
Springe. 

Lady Elizabeth, 52. 

Sir William, 52. 
Spurdance. 

Rev. Thomas, 16. 
Squier. 

Rev. John, 3. 
Stackhouse. 

Rev. Thomas, 58. 
Staines. 

Henry, 30. 
Stamp. 

Timothy, 16. 
Stanton. 

John, 35. 
Starke. 

, 62. 

Stebbing. 

William, 36. 
Steggall. 

Abraham, 52. 
Stephens. 

John, 13. 
Stepkym. 

» 49- 

Stevens. 

Thomas, 32. 
Steward. 

Rev. Nicholas, 13. 
Stiles. 

Anne, 10. 

Robert, 10. 
Stock. 

Humphrey, 24. 

John, 63. 
Streinsham. 

Robert, 50. 

Vaughan, 50. 
Stych. 

William, 26. 
Suckden. 

Rev. John, 14. 
Sufferme. 

Mary, 23. 

William, 23. 
Sukburne. 

Rev. Richard, 3. 
Sutton. 

Alice, 11. 

Elizabeth, 11. 

Jane, 11. 

Katherine, 11. 

Rebecca, 11. 

Richard, 11. 

Rev. Samuel, 14. 
Swaine. 

Alice, 8. 

Thomas, 8. 



Swinborne. 

Elizabeth, 49. 

John, 49. 
Symson. 

See Simson. 

Taket. 

Rev. Alexander, 13. 
Talbot. 

Gilbert, 15. 
Tasburgh. 

Peregrine, 36. 
Taylor. 

Edward, 36. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

Mary, 36. 

Rev. Richard, 7. 
Tenneth. 

Nathaniel, 14. 

Rev. Richard, 13, 14. 
Thomas. 

Mrs., 25. 
Thometon. 

Richard, 7. 

Alys, 7. 
Thornewall. 

George, 24. 

William, 24. 
Thorpe. 

Lydia, 8. 
Thurlee. 

William, 27. 
Thurman. 

Esther, 37. 
Thurston. 

Rev. George, 4. 
Tompson. 

Rev. Edward, 14. 
Towler. 

Anne, 54. 

William, 54. 
Trull. 

Elizabeth, 53. 
Turner. 

Rev. Dr. Joseph, 4. 
Turpin. 

John, 24. 
Tyler. 

Rev. William Walter, 

See Marchant. 
Tyrrell. 

William, 40. 
Tyrrill. 

Timothy, 17. 
Tyson. 

John, 60. 

Thomas, 60. 

Ulveston. 

John de, 15. 
Umfrevile. 

Charles, 26. 

Vernon. 

Rev. Edward, 4. 

79 



Villiers. 

Barbara, ig. 
Vynor. 

C, 41. 

Wade. 

Elizabeth, 28. 

Rev. Ellis, 7. 

Giles, 28. 

John, 28. 

Robert, 28. 
Wakeham. 

Ann Frances, 58 

Charles, 58. 

Harriotte, 58. 

Henry, 58. 

Tohn, 58. 

Mary, 58. 

N., 58. 

Perryman, 58. 
Walford. 

Mary, 30. 

Thomas, 30. 
Walker. 

Elizabeth, 33. 

John, 33. 

Mary, 33. 

Mary Ann, 33. 

Robert, 33. 

Rm 33- 
William, 33. 

W., 33- 
Wall. 

John, 7. 

Latitia, 7. 
Walpole. 

William, 38. 
Wandiffe. 

Jane, 21. 
Wanley. 

Anna, 2. 

Elizabeth, 2. 

Ellen, 2. 

Humphrey, 2. 

Nathaniel, 2. 

Samuel, 2. 
Warring. 

Charles, 51. 
Waterman, 

Richard, 6. 
Welles. 

Samuel, 54. 
Wellington. 

Alice dc, 15. 

Kentigcin dc, 15 
Went. 

Rev. John, 15, 16. 
West. 

Rev. Thomas Dennett, 14, 17. 



Whalling. 

Ann, 53. 

Richard, 53. 
White. 

Rev. Thomas, 3. 
Whitfield. 

Dorothy, 2. 
Whittington. 

Rev. John, 4. 
Wigston. 

Rev. William, 14. 
Williams. 

John, 14. 
Willins. 

Anne, 10. 

Joseph, 10. 

Tom, 10. 
Wilson. 

Edward, 49. 

Elizabeth, 49. 

Ursula, 49. 
Wingfield. 

Rev. John, 5. 

Mary, 22. 
Withers. 

John, 27. 

Joseph, 27. 
Wood. 

Anthony, A., 19. 

Dorothy, 30, 49. 

Henry, 49. 

Robert, 30. 

Thomas, 19. 
Woodford. 

Elizabeth, 8, 9. 

John, 8, 9. 

Susannah, 9. 
Wythe. 

James, 36. 



Xpinnas. 

William, 24. 



Yardley. 

Thomas, 30. 
Yarway. 

Robert, 31. 

Thomas, 31. 
Yates. 

Rev. Dr. Thomas, 33. 
Young. 

Arthur, 50. 

Charles George, York Herald, 64. 
Gascoigne, 50. 
Mary, 50. 
Robert, 30. 



So 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Bedfordshire. 

Battlesden, 35. 

Harlington, 31. 
Berkshire. 

Abingdon, 18. 

Barton St. Nicholas, 18. 

Beenham, 58. 

Easthampstead, 47. 

New Windsor, 40. 

St. Helen's, Abingdon, 18. 

Wokefield, 25. 
Buckinghamshire. 

Aston Mollins, 17. 

Bulstrode, 18. 

Cheresley, 28. 

Chipping Wycombe, 40. 

Culverton, 28. 

Dinton, 17. 

Farnham, 58. 

Great Marlow, 54. 

Hambledon, 32. 

Hardwick, 28. 

Langley Morris, 27. 

Princes Risborough, 28. 

Sidenham, 58. 

Upton, 18. 

Water Eaton, 24. 

Whitchurch, 31. 

Woburn, 28. 

Cambridgeshire. 

Ely, 3. 

Isle of Ely, 18. 

Leverington, 18. 

Pembroke College, 4. 

Trinity College, 27. 

Wilbey, 18. 

Wisbeach, 3. 
Cheshire^ 

Bolesworth Castle, 25. 

Malpas, 25. 

, 2. 

Cumberland. 

Seathwaite, 60. 

Derbyshire. 
Cubley, 32. 



Dorsetshire. 

Rauston, 14. 

Essex. 

Aveley Church, 46. 
Barnston, 30. 

Bawdes, alias Downesells, 26. 
Bishopwood Green, 63. 
Bocking, 30. 
Boxsted, 13. 
Coggeshall, 12, 31. 
Colchester, Hithe Church, 57. 
Colchester, St. Giles, 61. 
Dunmow, 30, 63. 
Felix Hall, 14. 
Felstead, 30. 
Good Easter, 30. 
Great Horkesley, 12. 
Horden Church, 50. 
Langham, 12. 
Newbury, 26. 
Thundersley, 30. 
Upminster Church, 48. 
, 49- 

Flintshire. 

Talacre, 26. 

Gloucestershire. 

Cheltenham, 14, York Terrace, 47. 
Sherborne, 33. 

Hampshire. 

Bramley, 25. 

Pamber, 25. 

Roche Court, 25. 

Sherbourn St. John, 25, 

Southampton, 25. 

South Stoneham, 25. 

Vine, 25. 
Herefordshire. 

Berton Colwall, 3. 

Hereford, 49. 

Mynd, 17. 
Hertfordshire. 

Broxbornnbery, 40. 

Much Hadham, 34. 

Sawbridgeworth Church, 53. 



Kent. 

Ashford, 57. 
Biddenden, 6. 
Buttemden Mabs, 6. 
Chislehurst, 29. 
Cobham Church, 50, 58. 
Crayford, 34. 
Elmstead Vicarage, 57. 
Eltham, 14, 29. 
Halden, 6. 
Mountmask Hall, 29. 
North Cray, 29. 
Rochester, 16, 17. 
Sheepcoate, 6. 
Southend, 29. 
Southfleet Church, 48. 
Westerham, 30. 

Lancashire. 

Croston, 25. 
Liverpool, 24. 

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Leicestershire. 

Chinham, 11. 

Dunnington, 9. 

Hathem, 56. 

Ilworth, II. 

Newton Harcourt, 9. 

Swithland, 8. 

Lincolnshire. 

Farford, 40. 

Lincoln, See of, 4. 

Withcall in Lindsey, 3. 

Middlesex. 

Brompton, 36. 
Brompton Cemetery, 48. 
5, Bury Street, St. James's, 48. 
29, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, 
47- 

St. Clement Danes, 33. 
St. Dunstan's in the West, 53. 
Essex Street, Strand, 14. 
Finchley Church, 55. 
St. Foster's, 31. 
Greenford, Great, 7. 
Hayes Church, 39. 
Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, 
2. 

Isleworth, 41, 43. 
Lincoln's Inn, 26. 

London, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30-32, 34, 
36, 49- 

London Stone, Church next, 2. 
St. Martin in the Fields, 2, 14. 
Marylebone, All Souls Church, 47. 
Middle Temple, I. 
Milk Street, St. Mary Magdalene's, 
37- 

22, Newman Street, Oxford Street, 

47- 

Norwood Church, 37, 59. 
Old St. Pancras Church, 47. 
Ruislip, 1. 

St. Sepulchre's Church, 2. 
Smithneld, 21. 

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Middlesex — continued. 
Stepney Church, 44. 
Temple Church, 37. 
Wapping, 49. 

Norfolk. 

Bodney, 3. 
Boyland Hall, 16. 
Burgh, 15. 

Burnham Westgate, 34. 
Christ Church, Norwich, 46. 
Denton, 15. 
Finmel, 45. 

St. Giles, Norwich, 59. 

St. Gregory's Church, Norwich, 42, 

43. 46, 53. 59- 
Hedenham, 16. 
Necton, 52. 
New Buckenham, 53. 
Norwich, 5, 14-17, 4i"43» 46. 
Pulham, 63. 
Reedham, 34. 
Reymerston, 42. 
Rushall, 63. 
Snetterton, 5. 

St. Mary in the Marsh, Norwich, 
42. 

Stow Bardolph, 35. 

Tacolnestone, 45. 

Thorpe, Little, 63. 

Tunstead, 62. 

Wheatacre, 15. 

Yarmouth, 41. 
Northamptonshire. 

Cranford, 38. 
Northumberland. 

Newcastle-on-Tync, 2. 

Ford, 49. 

Oxfordshire. 

All Saints, Oxford, 19. 

Carfax, 24. 

Charlbury, 47, 48. 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 26. 

Ditchley, 33. 

St. Giles, Oxford,24. 

St. John the Baptist's, Oxford, 19. 

St. Martin's, Oxford, 19, 24. 

St. Mary's, Oxford, 18. » 

St. Michael's, Oxford, 24. 

Merton College, Oxford, 19. 

Nether Heyford, 26. 

Oxford, 18, 19, 26, 33. 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 19. 

Wardington, 26. 

Water Eaton, 24. 

Whychwood Forest, Ranger's Lodge, 
47- 

Woolvercott, 24. 

Shropshire. 

Dyckes, 24. 

. 2. 

Somerstshire. 

Bath, Square Chapel, 41. 

Bath ami Wells, 19. 



Staffordshire. 

Alderwayes, 24. 

Ashenhurst, 24, 

Rolleston, 25. 

Rolleston House, 25. 
Suffolk. 

Ashbocking, 31. 

Bardwell, 52. 

Barnby, 46. 

Bealings, Great, 56. 

Bealings, Little, 56. 

Beccles, 15, 46. 

Beccles, St. Michael's, 46. 

Beckton, 27. 

Benningham, 27. 

Blaxhall, 6, 7. 

Boxford, 38. 

Bramfield, 38. 

Brettenham, 3. 

Bungay, 15. 

Bury St. Edmund's, 35, 36, 44, 54. 

Bury St. Edmund's, St. Mary's, 3, 50. 

Carleton, 46. 

Charsfield, 43. 

Chelmondiston, 33. 

Chittering, in Hoxne, 35. 

Cockfield, 52. 

Cransford, 55. 

Dallinghoo, 33, 43. 

Euston, 33. 

Framlingham, 12, 13, 36. 
Framlingham Castle, 12. 
Frostenden, 16. 
Gazely, 44. 
Gedgrave, 4. 
Gisleham, 15. 
Gislingham, 52. 
Hadleigh, 38. 
Halesworth, 35. 
Hoxne, 35. 
Ipswich, 13, 14, 33. 
Ixworth, 52. 
Kelsale, 55. 
Kesgrave, 56. 
Littlehaugh, 27. 
Lowestoft, 16. 
Mendham, 52. 
Monewden, 4. 
Morton, 44. 
Mutford, 46. 
Newbourn, 14. 
Norton, 27, 51. 
Occold, 27. 



Suffolk — continued. 
Orford, 5, 12. 
Oulton, 34. 

Pakenham, 51, 52, 54, 59. 
Palgrave, 3. 
Playford, 17. 
Polsted, 38. 
Rattlesden, 52. 
Rendlesham, 4. 
Ringshall, 36. 
Rumburgh, 46. 
Rushmere St. Andrew, 13. 
Rushmere St. Michael, 15. 
Shadingfield, 34. 
Shelly, 38. 

"Ship" Bury St. Edmund's, 35. 

Shotley St. Mary, 14. 

Sotterley, 34, 40. 

Southolt, 36. 

Spexhall, 59. 

Stradbroke, 35. 

Sudbourn, 3, 7. 

Syleham, 62, 63. 

Tannington, 16. 

Thorington, 38. 

Thurston, 27, 51. 

Tostock, 27. 

Westerfield, 57. 

Wetheringsett, 52. 

Willingham, 40. 

Wingfield, 27, 62, 63. 

Woolpit, 27. 

Worlingham, 41. 

» 12, 13. 

Surrey. 

Compton, 49. 

Kingwood, 49. 
Sussex. 

Hitchingfield, 49. 

Nuthurst, 49. 

Warwickshire. 

Moxhull, 27. 
Wiltshire. 

Ashton Keynes Church, 47, 48. 

Cove House, Ashton Keynes, 47, 
48. 

Wroughton Church, 48. 
Wroughton House, 48. 

Yorkshire. 

Doncaster, 3. 
Browsholme, 25. 



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